Table 2

Minimal microbicidal concentrations (MMC in μg/ml) of the studied samples and reference antibiotics against the tested microorganisms
Tested samples* Microorganisms, strains and MMC (μg/ml)
E. coli P. aeruginosa K. pneumoniae E.aerogenes P. stuartii C. albicans M. smegmatis M. tuberculosis
ATCC10536 AG100 PA01 PA124 ATCC11296 KP55 ATCC13048 CM64 NAE16 ATCC 9002 ATCC 700084 ATCC 27294 MTCS1 MTCS2
DMT 512 >1024 1024 >1024 512 1024 512 >1024 256 128 256 256 >1024 >1024
1 >1024 ND ND ND ND ND 1024 ND 1024 ND ND NT NT NT
2 1024 1024 ND ND ND ND ND ND >1024 ND 512 >1024 ND ND
3 128 128 8 128 256 128 64 128 64 128 128 64 256 64
4 ND ND 1024 ND >1024 ND ND ND >1024 ND ND NT NT NT
5 >1024 ND ND ND >1024 ND 128 ND 1024 64 ND NT NT NT
6 >1024 >1024 >1024 ND 256 ND 64 ND >1024 16 ND NT NT NT
7 8 512 64 ND 16 256 32 ND 256 32 256 256 1024 512
8 32 512 16 64 256 128 128 128 64 256 128 128 128 128
9 ND ND ND ND ND ND 1024 ND >1024 64 1024 512 ND >1024
RAb 4 32 128 128 32 16 16 16 128 32 1 1 128 4

aTested samples [DMT: methanol extract from the twigs of Dorstenia mannii; dorsmanins A(1), B(2), C(3), D(4) E(6), F(7), G(8), I (9) and 6,8 diprenyleriodictyol (5); bRA : reference antibiotics were chloramphenicol for bacteria, nystatin for C. albicans, ciprofloxacin for M. smegmatis, isoniazid for M.tuberculosis; (−): MIC > 1024 μg/ml; (ND): not determined as MIC was >1024 μg/ml

Mbaveng et al.

Mbaveng et al. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2012 12:83   doi:10.1186/1472-6882-12-83

Open Data