Screening of some Kenyan medicinal plants for antibacterial activity.

@article{Wagate2010ScreeningOS,
  title={Screening of some Kenyan medicinal plants for antibacterial activity.},
  author={Cyrus G Wagate and James Mucunu Mbaria and Daniel Waweru Gakuya and Mark O. Nanyingi and Patrick G. Kareru and Anne Njuguna and Nduhiu Gitahi and James K Macharia and Francis K Njonge},
  journal={Phytotherapy research : PTR},
  year={2010},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={150-3}
}
Eleven medicinal plants used by traditional healers in Machakos and Kitui District were screened, namely: Ajuga remota Benth, Aloe secundiflora Engl, Amaranthus hybridus L, Cassia didymobotrya Fes, Croton macrostachyus Del, Entada leptostachya Harms, Erythrina abyssinica DC, Harrisonia abyssinica Oliv, Schkuhria pinnata O. Ktze, Terminalia kilimandscharica Engl and Ziziphus abyssinica Hochst for potential antibacterial activity against four medically important bacterial strains, namely… CONTINUE READING
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