Lippia sidoides Cham. is widely used in North-East Brazil to treat oral and vaginal infectious diseases due to its strong antimicrobial activity. The aim of this study. Chemical Constituents of Essential Oil from Lippia sidoides Cham. (Verbenaceae ) Leaves Cultivated in Hidrolândia, Goiás, Brazil. Braz J Med Biol Res, March , Volume 40(3) Antimicrobial activity of the essential oil from Lippia sidoides, carvacrol and thymol against oral.

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Antimicrobial agents from plants: Qualitative and quantitative variations in the composition of the oils can also be observed in species that have chemotypes or chemical races, where botanically identical plants produce different chemical compounds, irrespective of their environment, as registered in L.

Essential oils in general demonstrate antimicrobial activity against cariogenic microbes 12 and fungal filaments as well Widoides the compounds identified in this study were the most abundant oxygenated monoterpenes, followed by sesquiterpenes hydrocarbons. Moreover, depending on the liability of the constituents of llippia oils, the method used to extract the essential oils could affect the identification [ 226 ].

Alteration in the yield of the essential oils, as well as the sivoides of chemical constituents can still be observed due to the different phases of the plant’s development [ 2618 ] and at different times of the year [ 423 ].

Services on Demand Journal. Percentage of chemical constituents of essential oil from Lippia sidoides Cham. The swabs were then placed in a glass tube containing 1 mL phosphate-buffered saline sidoidse.

J Clin Periodontol ; The early stage of dental caries is characterized by a destruction of superficial dental structures caused by acids which are by-products of carbohydrate metabolism by cariogenic bacteria 1.


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Prev Vet Med ; As described in Table 1 and by chromatogram showed in Figure 11,8 cineole, an oxygenated monoterpene was mostly constituent Recently, quinones from LSEO have been described to liopia cytotoxic activity Journal of Essential Oil Research. It was named after Augustus Lippi, a French naturalist and botanist with Italian origins.

Lippia sidoidesEssential oil, Antimicrobial activity, Oral pathogens Introduction. Brown [ sidlides2324 ] and Lippia schomburgkiana Schauer [ 24 ].

Lippia is a genus of flowering plants in the verbena family, Verbenaceae. First, our study focused on a comparative evaluation of the activity of separate and combined compounds against microorganisms related to caries and oral infection, whereas the previous studies focused on essential oil activity alone or against other microorganisms.

The knowledge of chemical constituents of essential oils is of fundamental importance sidoided the pharmaceutical, food, and perfumery industries. Indexed in Science Citation Index Expanded. Essential oils and their derivatives are one such example Within the chemical components described of this species, thymol and carvacrol are major constituents of the essential oil [ 11 — 13 ], with a remarkable inhibitory activity regarding the development of microorganisms [ 14 — 17 ].

Analysis of the chemical composition of the essential oil by GC-MS facilitated the identification of oil components Table 1.

Lippiia results showing the inhibition halo size in the test of microbial sensitivity in disk are presented in Table 3. The inhibition zones for C. Fonseca 3T. Using the microdilution technique, Oliveira et al. Antimicrobial screening by the disk diffusion method.

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Inhibition of Salmonella enteritidis and Staphylococcus aureus in nutrient broth by mint essential oil. The results obtained in the disk diffusion assay regarding the growth inhibition zones of the tested microbes are shown in Table 2. Loppia Nat Prod ; Antimicrobial activity of Lippia sidoides Cham. Germplasm Resources Information Network.


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View at Google Scholar J. Lippia sidoides Cham Verbenaceaepopularly known as ” Alecrim-pimenta ” is a typical shrub commonly ilppia in the Northeast of Brazil. According to this author, to assure a satisfactory antimicrobial activity, the product should present a microbicidal effect ME higher than or equal to 5 in suspension tests after a contact period of five minutes. The other compounds were p -cymene 7.

J Am Dent Assoc ; Articles with ‘species’ microformats Commons sidoises link from Wikidata All stub articles. The industry has tried to reduce the use of chemical preservatives due to the increasing legal demands from law-enforcement agencies and the health risk for consumers. Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research.

A review and bibliography. The ability to form a biofilm and to invade dentinal tubules may help to explain the association with cases of persistent root canal infections Antimicrobial activity may be related to the composition and structural configuration of the plant volatile oils, their functional groups and the possibility of synergism among their compounds. Brown [ 62324 ] and Lippia schomburgkiana Schauer [ 24 ]. Role of Streptococcus mutans in human dental decay. The antimicrobial activity of essential oils from medicinal plants is performed by a group of terpenoids and phenols.