2000
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352000000300011
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Atividade bacteriostática e bactericida do decocto de Baccharis trimera (Less.) D.C., Compositae, carqueja, como desinfetante ou anti-séptico

Abstract: Verificou-se a atividade antimicrobiana in vitro do decocto de Baccharis trimera (Less) D.C., Compositae, (carqueja) por meio de testes-padrão internacionais utilizados para avaliar desinfetantes e anti-sépticos. Determinaram-se a concentração inibitória mínima e a concentração bactericida mínima do decocto frente a várias diluições de inóculos. Os resultados sugerem a possibilidade de se utilizar o decocto de B. trimera como desinfetante e anti-séptico em determinadas situações-problema em produção animal, re… Show more

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“…This picture requires control of the use of antimicrobials and research into new antimicrobials, with focus on human health and to reduce losses in animal production. Some studies (SOUZA et al, 2000;AVANCINI et al, 2000;CIRAJ et al, 2001;LOGUERCIO et al, 2005) have demonstrated the potential use of plant extracts with bactericidal or bacteriostatic for Salmonella. In the search for alternatives to conventional antibacterials, new plant species should be tested in order to identify which are more efficient as antimicrobial agents.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This picture requires control of the use of antimicrobials and research into new antimicrobials, with focus on human health and to reduce losses in animal production. Some studies (SOUZA et al, 2000;AVANCINI et al, 2000;CIRAJ et al, 2001;LOGUERCIO et al, 2005) have demonstrated the potential use of plant extracts with bactericidal or bacteriostatic for Salmonella. In the search for alternatives to conventional antibacterials, new plant species should be tested in order to identify which are more efficient as antimicrobial agents.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Nesse sentido, muitos trabalhos comprovando a ação farmacológica de extratos de Baccharis têm sido investigados para diversas espécies, como as atividades antimicrobiana (Avancini et al, 2000;Cobos et al, 2001;Feresin et al, 2001Feresin et al, , 2003Ferronatto et al, 2007), anti-HIV (Sanchez-Palomino et al, 2002), espasmolítica (Rojas et al, 1999;Weimann et al, 2002), gastroprotetora e anti-diarréica (Gamberini et al, 1991;Baggio et al, 2003;Vidari et al, 2003;Ruiz et al, 2008) antiinfl amatória (Cifuente et al, 2001;Abad et al, 2006) e antidiabética, (Januário et al, 2004;Oliveira et al, 2005).…”
Section: Introductionunclassified
“…Several biological studies were conducted intending to confirm the pharmacological properties of B. trimera. For instance, the decoction of this plant showed antimicrobial activity (bacteriostatic and bactericidal) in both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria through in vitro assays, supporting its use as antiseptic and disinfectant (Avancini et al, 2000). Among the studies conducted so far we can point out the works carried out with the aqueous extract from B. trimera.…”
Section: Baccharis Trimera (Less) DCmentioning
confidence: 82%