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Comparative Phytochemical and Antimicrobial Evaluation of Stem Bark Extracts of Bauhinia rufescens Lam ( Caesalpinioideae-Leguminosae ) and Sclerocarya birrea ( A . Rich . ) Hochst ( Anarcardiaceae )
TLDR
Both plant extracts showed very good activity against the pathogenic strains tested and hence, could be a yardstick for their traditional use.
[The cleaning ability and fungicidal effect against Candida albicans by some denture cleansers].
TLDR
The cleaning ability of five denture cleansers using Candida adhered acrylic an fungicidal effect of each cleansers were studied and the number of survived cells were 3.2×102 cells/m/.
[The adherence of Candida albicans to acrylic].
TLDR
The adherent condition of Candida albicans IFO 1385 to acrylic was studied in-vitro and a sufficient number of the adherent yeasts to acrylic were obtained when the acrylic plates were incubated at 37°C for 90 min in the yeast suspension at the concentration of 1.0×107/ml.
[Adherence of Candida albicans to acrylic surfaces].
  • H. Kaita
  • Biology, Medicine
    Fukuoka Shika Daigaku Gakkai zasshi
  • 1989
The ability of Candida albicans IFO 1385 to adhere to acrylic and the partial characterization of an adhesive substance, named AS, which was isolated from the yeast, were studied in vitro. The
Some volatile constituents of the unripe fruits of Nauclea latifolia (Family: Rubiaceae)
Fractionation, separation and purification of the ethyl acetate extract of the unripe fruits of N. latifolia (family Rubiaceae) using series of flash chromatography led to the isolation of a fatty
ANTISPASMODIC ACTIONS OF THE LEAVES OF DANIELLIA OLIVERI
TLDR
Acute toxicity studies shows that the extract of Daniella oliveri is relatively safe, and the median inhibitory concentrations of the leaf on agonist were determined.
Evaluation of the Anti-malarial effect of the methanolic leaf extract of Vernonia glaberrima ( Asteraceae )
TLDR
The study demonstrated the anti-malarial effect of the leaf extract of V. glaberrima and lends credence to its ethno-medicinal use in treating malaria infection.