Antibacterial Potential Assessment of Jasmine Essential Oil Against E. Coli

@article{Rath2008AntibacterialPA,
  title={Antibacterial Potential Assessment of Jasmine Essential Oil Against E. Coli},
  author={Chandi charan Rath and Sangeeta Devi and S. K. Dash and R. K. Mishra},
  journal={Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences},
  year={2008},
  volume={70},
  pages={238 - 241}
}
The antibacterial activity of Jasmine (Jasminum sambac L.) flower hydro steam distilled essential oil, synthetic blends and six major individual components was assessed against Escherichia coli (MTCC-443) strain. The activity was bactericidal. Minimum inhibitory concentration was determined by tube dilution technique, and the Minimum inhibitory concentration ranged between 1.9-31.25 μl/ml. Phenolcoefficient of the oil, synthetic blends and components varied between 0.6-1.7. The activity of the… 

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