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History of 'Antibiotic Principle from Moringa pterygosperma, Part VI: Mechanism of Anti-bacterial Action of Pterygospermin Inhibition of Transaminase by Pterygospermin'

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Antibiotic Principle from Moringa pterygosperma, Part VI: Mechanism of Anti-bacterial Action of Pterygospermin Inhibition of Transaminase by Pterygospermin

Author(s): Kurup PA, PL Narasimha Rao, R Venkataraman
Published in: Indian Journal of Medical Research.   Jan 1, 1970
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This article is the sixth in a series of complimenting papers. It addresses why pterygospermin, the antibiotic in Moringa pterygosperma, kills bacteria. It stops the cell from functioning right by keeping certain biological processes from working right. In turn, that keeps a nutrient that bacteria need from being made in the cell or used at all.


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