Document Type: Original Article



The compounds used in this study, TET and OXM, were tested in vitro for their antibacterial activities against isolated strains from the hospital environment (S. aureus H, E. coli H and K. pneumoniae H) and reference strains (S. aureus A, E. coli A, B. subtilis A and P. aeruginosa A). The calculation of the MBC/minimum inhibitory concentration ratio of the products TET and OXM showed that the two products have a bactericidal effect on the strains tested.

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