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In vitro susceptibilities of shigella flexneri and streptococcus pyrogenes to inner gel of aloe barbadensis miller

Stimson, W.H. (2003) In vitro susceptibilities of shigella flexneri and streptococcus pyrogenes to inner gel of aloe barbadensis miller. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 47 (3). pp. 1137-1139. ISSN 0066-4804

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Abstract

Aloe barbadensis Miller (or Aloe vera) has widespread use in health products, and despite numerous reports on the whole plant, little work has been performed on the inner gel, which has been used extensively in these products. This report describes the in vitro susceptibilities of two bacteria to this component.