A new research has investigated the potency of Indian wild plants against bacterial and fungal infections in the mouths of oral cancer patients.
"Although the plants tested had a lower potency than conventional antibiotics they offer hope against resistant species. These results are a starting point for further testing in the lab and clinic," added Yadav. The study has been published by BioMed Central`s open access journal Annals of Clinical Microbiology and Antimicrobials. ANI
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