Антибактериальная активность эфирных масел некоторых видов Artemisia и Thymus в отношении метициллин-резистентного Staphylococcus aureus

  • G. A. Utegenova Казахский национальный университет им. аль-Фараби, Казахстан, г. Алматы
  • K. B. Pallister Университет Штата Монтана, Соединённые Штаты Америки, г. Бозмен
  • J. M. Voyich Университет Штата Монтана, Соединённые Штаты Америки, г. Бозмен
  • G. Ozek Анатолийский университет, Турецкая Республика, г. Эскишехир
  • T. Ozek Анатолийский университет, Турецкая Республика, г. Эскишехир
  • L. N. Kirpotina Университет Штата Монтана, Соединённые Штаты Америки, г. Бозмен
  • I. A. Schepetkin Томский политехнический университет, Российская Федерация, г. Томск
  • S. V. Kushnarenko Институт биологии и биотехнологии растений, Республика Казахстан, г. Алматы

Аннотация

Метициллин-резистентный Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) является возбудителем многих заболеваний, в первую очередь, инфекций кожных и мягких тканей. Возникновение устойчивых к антибиотикам штаммов, таких как MRSA, требует поиска новых средств для борьбы с этим патогеном, в частности, среди природных соединений. Эфирные масла являются природными органическими соединениями, которые обладают широким спектром биологической активности: антимикробная, антивирусная, антиоксидантная, противовоспалительная и иммуномодулирующая. В настоящей работе впервые определена антибактериальная активность эфирных масел, выделенных из 5 видов растений Казахстана: Artemisia kotuchovii Kupr., Artemisia scoparia Waldst. et Kit., Thymus crebrifolius (Klokov), Thymus marschallianus Willd. и Thymus rasitatus (Klokov) в отношении MRSA USA300. Антибактериальную активность эфирных масел определяли с помощью измерения кинетики поглощения света бактериальной суспензией путем расчета ингибирующей концентрации (IС25), при которой происходило ингибирование роста микроорганизмов на 25%. Наибольшим ингибирующим эффектом на рост MRSA обладали эфирные масла A. scoparia, T. marschallianus и T. rasitatus (IС25 = 24,5; 30,9 и 32,7 мкг/мл, соответственно); эфирное масло T. crebrifolius показало низкую активность (IС25 = 73,0 мкг/мл). Эфирное масло A. kotuchovii не проявило активности даже при самой высокой исследованной концентрации 100 мкг/мл.

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UTEGENOVA, G. A. et al. Антибактериальная активность эфирных масел некоторых видов Artemisia и Thymus в отношении метициллин-резистентного Staphylococcus aureus. Experimental Biology, [S.l.], v. 71, n. 2, p. 116-124, jan. 2018. ISSN 1563-0218. Доступно на: <http://bb.kaznu.kz/index.php/biology/article/view/1271>. Дата доступа: 21 jan. 2018

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