Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture, Volume (7), No (1), Year (2020-8)

Title : ( Antimicrobial activity of some plant essential oils and an antimicrobial-peptide against some clinically isolated pathogens )

Authors: abas tanhaeian , Mohammad Hadi Sekhavati , Mohammad Moghaddam ,

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Abstract

Abstract Background: Essential oils and antimicrobial peptides are two well-known safe and natural products that have been considered as alternatives to antibiotics. In the present study, the antibacterial activity of four plant essential oils and one lactoferrin-derived peptide was investigated. Results: The chemical profile of each essential oil was determined by GC and GC–MS. Antimicrobial activity was shown against seven clinically isolated veterinary pathogens. MIC and MBC assessment of the essential oils and cLFchimera exhibited different antibacterial properties (MIC from a range of 62.5 to 500 μg/mL and 3.5 to 39.0 μg/ mL for essential oils and cLFchimera, respectively). Compared to the essential oils, cLFchimera showed more significant antibacterial activity. Among the essential oils, Vitex agnus-castus and Salvia officinalis showed relatively better antibacterial activity. Conclusions: The in vitro results reported here suggested that, for animals suffering from these pathogens, cLFchimera and the essential oils particularly Vitex agnus-castus could be considered as potential antimicrobial agents.

Keywords

, Essential oil, Antimicrobial peptide, Camel, Veterinary pathogens
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@article{paperid:1082212,
author = {Tanhaeian, Abas and Sekhavati, Mohammad Hadi and Moghaddam, Mohammad},
title = {Antimicrobial activity of some plant essential oils and an antimicrobial-peptide against some clinically isolated pathogens},
journal = {Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture},
year = {2020},
volume = {7},
number = {1},
month = {August},
issn = {2196-5641},
keywords = {Essential oil; Antimicrobial peptide; Camel; Veterinary pathogens},
}

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%0 Journal Article
%T Antimicrobial activity of some plant essential oils and an antimicrobial-peptide against some clinically isolated pathogens
%A Tanhaeian, Abas
%A Sekhavati, Mohammad Hadi
%A Moghaddam, Mohammad
%J Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture
%@ 2196-5641
%D 2020

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