Investigation Of Antimicrobial Activity Against Pathogenic Strains Of Novel Pt(II) Complexes | 17196
Journal of Biotechnology & Biomaterials
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The coordination chemistry of transition metal complexes with azomethine ligands has been widely studied, partly due
to the use of such compounds as antibacterial drugs in the field of medicine. In particular, titanium (IV), platinum (II)
and silver (I) complexes have been used in the treatment of numerous diseases. The aim of this work was to investigate the
antibacterial and antifungal activities of new Pt(II) complexes. Four new Pt(II) complexes have been examined for antibacterial
activity against pathogenic strains
H NCTC 901.8394,
RSKK03026, Staphylococcus epidermis sp.,
10 NCTC 9351, and antifungal activity against
Tokyo. The antimicrobial test results of Pt(II) complexes including chloride ion in coordination sphere exhibited better activity
than some known antibiotics.
Hatice ?ğ?tc? is Associate Professor of Microbiology at Ahi Evran University, Turkey. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Biology in 1991 at Atat?rk
University. She graduated in Biology at Atat?rk University. She attained the Doctoral degree in Microbiology in 2000.
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