bioautography


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bioautography

[¦bī·ō‚ȯ′täg·rə·fē]
(analytical chemistry)
A bioassay based upon the ability of some compounds (for example, vitamin B12) to enhance the growth of some organisms or compounds and to repress the growth of others; used to assay certain antibiotics.
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The bioautography assay has shown that the whole plant extract exhibits antioxidant compounds, and their intensity is shown by the multitude of the yellow spots on the TLC for a particular extract.
EN 16939:2017 - Animal feeding stuffs: Methods of sampling and analysis - Detection of tylosin, spiramycin and virginiamycin - Thin Layer Chromatography and bioautography
Extraction methods and bioautography for evaluation of medicinal plant antimicrobial activity.
Inayat, Antibacterial Activities of Dodonaea viscose using Contact Bioautography Technique.
This critical neologism inverts the normative term "autobiography": instead of the "self-life-writing" order of the term autobiography, the term bioautography gives primacy to the bio-life in self-writing.
The compounds contained in these extracts over silica gel were also evaluated through bioautography.
HPTLC Screening for Inhibitors of AChE and BuChE: Direct Bioautography (DB) Technique.
Detection of antimicrobial compounds by bioautography of different extracts of leaves of selected South African trees species, Afr.
TLC bioautography is the latest technique employing combinatorial chemistry and high throughput screening used for preliminary screening of biological activities like antimicrobial antioxidant and enzyme inhibition of natural products (Cheng and Wu 2013).
In addition, the antioxidant compounds can be detected using bioautography method which is quick, low-cost, and allows a better bioassay directed fractionation of bioactive compounds [4].
Active crude extracts are chosen for column chromatography due to its relatively low complexity as seen with TLC, bioautography, and disc diffusion method [19].