bioautography


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bioautography

(1) A bioassay based upon the ability of some compounds (e.g., vitamin B12) to enhance the growth of some organisms or compounds and to repress the growth of others, which is used to assay certain antibiotics.
(2) The use of cells to detect their attachment or other reaction in the presence of a particular substance (e.g.), adhesion proteins on an electrophoretic gel
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In a manner that might also be beckoned in the word autobiography, bioautography emphasizes the syllable graph as pointing to the plural potentialities of signage.
HPTLC Screening for Antioxidants: Direct Bioautography (DB) Technique.
Bioautography screening was analyzed in order to check the antioxidant activity of separated compounds on TLC plate.
To reveal the antimicrobial constituents clearly by bioautography, the supernatant and the raw ethyl acetate extract (prepared from broth culture) possessing antibacterial activity were partially purified by TLC plates (Merck, Germany) using n-butanol: acetic acid: distilled water (v/v 4:4:1) as mobile phases.
The antifungal activity of each amide was determined by direct bioautography against C.
Screening of antifungal agents using ethanol precipitation and bioautography of medicinal and food plants.
Antifungal activity of some Himalayan medicinal plants using direct bioautography.
Direct bioautography on thin-layer chromatograms as a method for detecting fungitoxic substances.
Cannatelli, (2000) "Extraction methods and bioautography for evaluation of medicinal plant antimicrobial activity".
Working with Peter Mahaffy, FCIC, and Grace Greidanus-Strom, MCIC, she has improved and applied techniques such as 2D-TLC bioautography to develop experiments that explore the chemistry and medicinal properties of Allium Sativum, otherwise known as garlic.
TLC-DB-DPPH Dot-Blot Test (TLC-Direct Bioautography Dot-Blot Test).
Extraction methods and bioautography for evaluation ofmedicinal plant antimicrobial activity.