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Antimicrobial effect of novel hydrogel matrix based on natural polysaccharide Sterculia urens

LIPOVÝ, B. HOLOUBEK, J. VACEK, L. RŮŽIČKA, F. NEDOMOVÁ, E. POŠTULKOVÁ, H. VOJTOVÁ, L.

Originální název

Antimicrobial effect of novel hydrogel matrix based on natural polysaccharide Sterculia urens

Anglický název

Antimicrobial effect of novel hydrogel matrix based on natural polysaccharide Sterculia urens

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en

Originální abstrakt

Materials for modern wound-management are a very broad and heterogeneous group. One of the most important representatives is natural materials, or more precisely polysaccharides isolated from various plants and animals. With the increasing resistance of pathogens to established antimicrobial agents, there is also an attempt to discover new mechanisms of the effects of these materials. Gum karaya (GK) is a very promising representative of the natural polysaccharides group and, since it is obtained from Sterculia urens as resin, it is also possible to assume its certain antimicrobial activity.

Anglický abstrakt

Materials for modern wound-management are a very broad and heterogeneous group. One of the most important representatives is natural materials, or more precisely polysaccharides isolated from various plants and animals. With the increasing resistance of pathogens to established antimicrobial agents, there is also an attempt to discover new mechanisms of the effects of these materials. Gum karaya (GK) is a very promising representative of the natural polysaccharides group and, since it is obtained from Sterculia urens as resin, it is also possible to assume its certain antimicrobial activity.

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@article{BUT155521,
  author="Břetislav {Lipový} and Jakub {Holoubek} and Lukáš {Vacek} and Filip {Růžička} and Eva {Nedomová} and Hana {Poštulková} and Lucy {Vojtová}",
  title="Antimicrobial effect of novel hydrogel matrix based on natural polysaccharide Sterculia urens",
  annote="Materials for modern wound-management are a very broad and heterogeneous group. One of the most important representatives is natural materials, or more precisely polysaccharides isolated from various plants and animals. With the increasing resistance of pathogens to established antimicrobial agents, there is also an attempt to discover new mechanisms of the effects of these materials. Gum karaya (GK) is a very promising representative of the natural polysaccharides group and, since it is obtained from Sterculia urens as resin, it is also possible to assume its certain antimicrobial activity.",
  address="Czech Medical Association J.E. Purkyne",
  chapter="155521",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Czech Medical Association J.E. Purkyne",
  number="4",
  volume="67",
  year="2018",
  month="december",
  pages="166--174",
  publisher="Czech Medical Association J.E. Purkyne",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}