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Researcher: Avinash Singh
Guide(s): Dr. Ajay Kumar
Registration Date: 21.11.2015
Abstract: Specific selection of some essential oils of aromatic plants will be more require for skin infection diseases according to the recent research studies on this field. Isolated pure essential oil compounds or blends of essential oils and their dosages of aromatic plants will be applied in the treatment of fungal infectious skin disease commonly present in India. Essential oil will be extracted from the aromatic plants after that screened specifically because the governing body of TI (Therapeutical Indices) advises that the compounds of various essential oil are not suitable to inhibited severe infections, but some selected and specific compounds of essential oil from higher plants give moderat effectiveness against gram-positive bacteria, fungi and yeast, but not gram-negative bacteria. The specific essential oils of selected aromatic plants will be tested for antimycotic activity and impersonate much potential as antifungal factors. This work will be investigated the activity of the blends of several essential oil of aromatic cum medicinal plants against various fungus of skin infection by minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC), minimum fungicidal concentration (MFC) and time-kill methods.
Language: English
Appears in Department:Department of Biotechnology

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