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Keywords: Antibiotic resistance, Antimicrobial, Methicillin, Propolis, Staphylococcus spp.
In this regard, propolis has proved to be a plausible alternative for this purpose.
PVA, NaCMC and propolis were mixed in the dark at room temperature under mechanical stirring and were poured into 20 ml/Petri dishes ([empty set] 140 mm).
Two main immunopotent chemicals in propolis have been identified as caffeic acid phenethyl ester (CAPE) and artepillin C, chemicals known to have a wide array of positive effects related to immunosuppression, macrophage function and more.
The propolis produced in the Brazilian Cerrado regions, which contains fragments of the plant Baccharis dracunculifolia DC (called "wild rosemary" in Brazil) is internationally known as green propolis.
Table 1: Shows the number of mice and the amount of doses of different groups experience Group I (C) Group II (P) Number Dose Number Dose of mice of mice 3 Physiological 3 (50 solution mg/kg) Propolis Group III (T1) Group IV (Propolis +T1 ) Number Dose Number Dose of mice of mice 3 T1A 3 T2A (P 50 mg/ kg [right arrow] (DTIC 3.
Propolis from the species Baccharis dracunculifolia, known as green propolis, results from exudates of that species common to the Brazilian Cerrado region, mainly in the states of Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais (PARK et al.
The propolis are natural products produced by honeybees (Apis mellifera LJ, they collect resins from bark and leaf bud from plants that grow around of hives.
The presence of pollen in sediments from Polish propolis was reported by Warakomska and Maciejewicz (1992), who found that the most abundantly identified pollen came from plants of the Brassicaceae family, mainly Brassica, Sinapis and Raphanus, amounting to 9-33% of the total pollen content.
Propolis Standardized Extract (EPP-AF[R]), an innovative chemically and biologically reproducible pharmaceutical compound for treating wounds.
Pharmacological effects have been described for propolis related to their different constituents.