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Bee venom-derived antimicrobial peptide melectin has broad-spectrum potency, cell selectivity, and salt-resistant properties
The results suggest that melectin has antibacterial activity and anti-inflammatory activity. Expand
Antibacterial and Antibiofilm Activity and Mode of Action of Magainin 2 against Drug-Resistant Acinetobacter baumannii
The results suggest that magainin 2 is an effective antimicrobial and antibiofilm agent against A. baumannii strains and high stability at physiological salt concentrations. Expand
Mechanisms driving the antibacterial and antibiofilm properties of Hp1404 and its analogue peptides against multidrug-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa
The results of this study indicate that Hp1404-T1e not only displays antimicrobial activity, but is also functional in physiological conditions, confirming its potential use as an effective therapeutic agent against MRPA. Expand
Antibacterial and anti-biofilm activity, and mechanism of action of pleurocidin against drug resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
The results suggested that pleurocidin is a promising candidate therapeutic agent to treat drug-resistant bacteria and biofilm-related infections. Expand
Macropis fulvipes Venom component Macropin Exerts its Antibacterial and Anti-Biofilm Properties by Damaging the Plasma Membranes of Drug Resistant Bacteria
Macropin was synthesized and its antibacterial and anti-biofilm activities were tested against bacterial strains, including gram-positive and negative bacteria, and drug resistant bacteria and indicated that Macropin has additive and partially synergistic effects with conventional antibiotics against drugresistant bacteria. Expand
Myxinidin2 and myxinidin3 suppress inflammatory responses through STAT3 and MAPKs to promote wound healing
In a mouse skin wound model infected with antibiotic-resistant bacteria, myx inidin2 and myxinidin3 eliminated the infection and enhanced wound healing, and the use of these peptides for treating infected wounds and burns is proposed. Expand