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Research Article

Repurposing Napabucasin as an Antimicrobial Agent against Oral Streptococcal Biofilms

Table 1

MICs, MBCs, MBICs, and MBRCs of NAP and CHX against S. mutans, S. gordonii, and S. sanguinis strains.

Bacterial strain (μg/mL)Planktonic cellsBiofilm

S. mutans3.911.9515.637.811.950.9862.5062.50
S. gordonii0.493.910.987.810.493.9115.6315.63
S. sanguinis0.490.4915.633.911.951.953.913.91

MIC: minimum inhibitory concentration; MBC: minimum bactericidal concentration; MBIC: minimum biofilm inhibition concentrations; MBRC: minimum biofilm reduction concentrations.

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