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Research Article

The Antibacterial Effect In Vitro of Honey Derived from Various Danish Flora

Table 3

Mean zones of inhibition (mm) before (-) and after (+) treatment with the enzyme catalase on the 14 different honey samples.

Bacteria1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Staph. aureus
CCUG 1800
- - - -
+-

Staph. aureus
(1094-7)
-
+

Staph. epi
(CCUG 39508)
-
+

E. coli
(K 12)
-
+

The antibacterial effect of different honey types on four different bacteria was assessed by the agar well diffusion method on duplicate samples and the mean ± SD are presented.
Symbol (-) indicates insufficient samples (n=1 or 0).
Symbol () denotes statistically significance (p< 0.05; enzyme treatment versus no treatment).

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