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Effect on cell surface hydrophobicity and susceptibility of Helicobacter pylori to medicinal plant extracts.
- H. Annuk, S. Hirmo, E. Türi, M. Mikelsaar, E. Arak, T. Wadström
- Biology, MedicineFEMS microbiology letters
- 1 March 1999
Tannic acid seems to be the component of bearberry and cowberry aqueous extracts with the highest activity to decrease cell surface hydrophobicity as well as in antibacterial activity against H. pylori.
Action of Aqueous Extracts of Bearberry and Cowberry Leaves and Wild Camomile and Pineapple-weed Flowers on Escherichia coli Surface Structures
The action of aqueous extracts of bearberry and cowberry leaves and wild camomile and pineapple-weed flowers on the aggregation activity of Escherichia coli strains was studied by way of salt…