Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine / 2014 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Exploring the Anti-Burkholderia cepacia Complex Activity of Essential Oils: A Preliminary Analysis

Table 1

List of bacterial strains used in this work and their sensitivity to the essential oils tested in this work.

Burkholderia cepacia complex strains
StrainOriginSpeciesSensitivity to
Eugenia caryophyllata Origanum vulgare Rosmarinus officinalis Lavandula hybrida Melaleuca alternifolia Thymus vulgaris Ciprofloxacin

LMG 13010CFB. multivorans ESESSSSESVS
J2315CFB. cenocepacia ESESSSSESS
LMG 14294CFB. stabilis ESESSSSESNS
LMG 24064CFB. latens ESESESSSESES
LMG 24065CFB. diffusa ESESVSSSESVS
LMG 18943CFB. dolosa ESESVSSVSESNS
LMG 24067CFB. seminalis ESESSSSESVS
LMG 24068CFB. metallica ESESSSSESES
LMG 26883CFB. pseudomultivorans ESESVSSSESVS
LMG 23361AIB. contaminas ESESVSSSESES
LMG 1222EnvB. cepacia VSESSSSESVS
LMG 10929EnvB. vietnamiensis ESESESSVSESES
LMG 19182EnvB. ambifaria ESESNSSSESES
LMG 20980EnvB. anthina ESESVSSESESES
LMG 14191EnvB. pyrrocinia ESESVSSESESES
LMG 22485EnvB. lata ESESSSSESES
LMG 24066EnvB. arboris ESESVSSSESES
LMG 20358EnvB. ubonensis ESESESSVSESES

CF: strain isolated from cystic fibrosis patient; Env: environmental strain; AI: animal infection; NS, S, VS, and ES: not sensitive, sensitive, very sensitive, and extremely sensitive, respectively (according to Ponce et al., 2003) [26].