Renata Łoś

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Rugosa rose provides one of the largest hips frequently used in the preparation of pharmaceutical and food products. The aim of work was to conduct multidirectional study of biological activity and chemical composition of Rosa rugosa hips. Antiradical, cytotoxic (against cervical and breast cancer cell lines), antibacterial (against eight bacterial strains)(More)
Coagulase-negative staphylococci (CNS) represent an important group of etiologic agents of infections associated with plastic biomaterials, e.g. drains. In the present paper 33 strains of CNS were characterized. All of them were isolated from fluid of pleural drains in patients with lung cancer after pulmonary resection under conditions of antimicrobial(More)
Haemophili are representative microbiota of the upper respiratory tract. The aim of this study was to assess the effects of perioperative antimicrobial prophylaxis and/or postoperative treatment on Haemophilus parainfluenzae prevalence, and antimicrobial sensitivity in short-term hospitalized patients with lung cancer who underwent surgery. Samples were(More)
2-[14C]oxoglutarate uptake in resting cells of Staphylococcus aureus 17810S occurs via two kinetically different systems: (1) a secondary, electrogenic 2-oxoglutarate:H+ symporter (K m=0.105 mM), energized by an electrochemical proton potential (ΔµH+) that is generated by the oxidation of endogenous amino acids and sensitive to ionophores, and (2) a(More)
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