BioMed Research International / 2017 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Royal Jelly Inhibits Pseudomonas aeruginosa Adherence and Reduces Excessive Inflammatory Responses in Human Epithelial Cells

Table 1

Susceptibility to antibiotics and royal jelly for P. aeruginosa.

StrainOriginMIC (μg mL−1)MIC (%)
IPMCPFXAMKRoyal jelly

PAO1Wild type10.252≥50
TUH-54Pharyngeal secretions80.516≥50
TUH-122Coughed-up sputum20.54≥50
TUH-188Oral abscess20.1254≥50
TUH-213Oral abscess20.1254≥50

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