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Molecular Weight

488.7

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Title of Journal : Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry  Author : Maria Aguirre C.  C_Author : Carla Delporte  Year : 2006  Volume No. : 14  Issue No. : 16  Page No. : 5673-5677  
Title of Journal : Phytotherapy research  Author : Wenli Hou  C_Author : Yan fang Li  Year : 2009  Volume No. : 23  Issue No. : 5  Page No. : 614-618  
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Asiatic acid exhibited positive interactions with tobramycin, indicating that natural products, reduce the tolerance of P. aeruginosa biofilm bacteria to antibiotics. Moreover, when P. aeruginosa biofilms were grown in the presence of 10 _g/ml of asiatic acid, they became more susceptible to 10 _g/ml of ciprofloxacin.

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Title of Journal : Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy  Author : Eliane Garo  C_Author : Gary Eldridge R.  Year : 2007  Volume No. : 51  Issue No. : 5  Page No. : 1813-1817  

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