Improved antimicrobial effect of ginseng extract by heat transformation

  title={Improved antimicrobial effect of ginseng extract by heat transformation},
  author={Peng Xue and Yang Yao and Xiu-shi Yang and Jia Feng and Gui-xing Ren},
  booktitle={Journal of ginseng research},
BACKGROUND The incidence of halitosis has a prevalence of 22-50% throughout the world and is generally caused by anaerobic oral microorganisms, such as Fusobacterium nucleatum, Clostridium perfringens, and Porphyromonas gingivalis. Previous investigations on the structure-activity relationships of ginsenosides have led to contrasting results. Particularly, the antibacterial activity of less polar ginsenosides against halitosis-related bacteria has not been reported. METHODS Crude saponins… CONTINUE READING
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