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Antibiotic Principle from Moringa pterygosperma, Part I

Author(s): Kurup PA, PL Narasimha Rao
Published in: Journal of the Indian Institute of Science.   Jan 1, 1970
34 1 219-227

The antibiotic that is found in the root of Moringa pterygosperma had not been previously identified. Researchers set out to find out what it was. They purified the root's extract in several different ways to find the strongest bacteria-killing one. Two ways were more effective as antibiotics than other ones. This paper presents the first of a series of research into Moringa's bacteria-killing properties.


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Antibiotic Principle from Moringa pterygosperma Part 1

Author(s): Kurup PA, PL Narasimha
Published in: Journal of the Indian Institute of Science.   Jan 1, 1970
34 1 219-227

The antibiotic that is found in the root of Moringa pterygosperma had not been previously identified. Researchers set out to find out what it was. They purified the root's extract in several different ways to find the strongest bacteria-killing one. Two ways were more effective as antibiotics than other ones. This paper presents the first of a series of research into Moringa's bacteria-killing properties.


Set to this revision Revision: Thu, 16 Oct 2008 12:35:58 +0000



Antibiotic Principle from Moringa pterygosperma Part 1

Author(s): Kurup PA, PL Narasimha
Published in: Journal of the Indian Institute of Science.   Jan 1, 1970
34 219-227

The antibiotic that is found in the root of Moringa pterygosperma had not been previously identified. Researchers set out to find out what it was. They purified the root's extract in several different ways to find the strongest bacteria-killing one. Two ways were more effective as antibiotics than other ones. This paper presents the first of a series of research into Moringa's bacteria-killing properties.


Set to this revision Revision: Thu, 16 Oct 2008 12:34:23 +0000



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