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- Sommerlatte, H., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- South African journal of botany 2019 v.122 pp. 522-528
- Candida tropicalis; Chromobacterium violaceum; Commiphora myrrha; acetone; alpha-pinene; antibacterial properties; beta-caryophyllene; chemotypes; data collection; diarrhea; germacrene; headspace analysis; in vitro studies; methyl ethers; microorganisms; minimum inhibitory concentration; p-cymene; pain; periodontal diseases; principal component analysis; resins; skin diseases; spathulenol; violacein; Ethiopia; Kenya
- ... The genus Commiphora has been widely used in traditional medicinal systems to treat pain, skin infections, diarrhoea and periodontal diseases. Oleo-gum resins of seven Commiphora species (C. myrrha, C. confusa, C. baluensis, C. pseudopaolii, C. guidotti, C. holtziana and C. kataf) were collected from Kenya and Ethiopia. Headspace analysis was determined using GCxGC–ToF–MS. In vitro evaluation of a ...