Antibacterial Activity of Aquatic Zea Mays L. Hairs Extract against Different Bacteria in Babylon Province: An In-Vitro Stud



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محمد رمضان عبد علي العويدي
12/01/2019 16:02:19

Abstract
Background Zea Mays L. has been frequently used as a therapeutic agent used for treatment of various diseases .Objective A evaluation the antibacterial, anti-biofilm, adherence and swarming in hibitory activities of Zea Nujm mays L. hair extract against different bacteria. Methods: Well diffusion method, bio film inhibition test using a tissue culture plate, adherence and swarming inhibition assays were done for estimation and evaluation the anti-bacteriala activity of Zea mays L against a number of bacteria. Results: The result showed that Zea Mays L hair extracts the vying potent antibacterial activity. It’s also inhibiting adherence to epithelial cells and biofilm formations of the bacteria. The result shows that the extract has high anti-swarming activity .Conclusions: The extract has marked antibacterial activity. It can inhibit biofilm formation, swarming to ility, and bacterial cell adherence to oral epithelial cells.

وصف الــ Tags لهذا الموضوع   Biofilm, Bacterial adherence, Swarming.