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Treatment of bacterial infestation for polymyxin

Citation

Ubani, Solomon (2022), Treatment of bacterial infestation for polymyxin, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v15dv41z6

Abstract

Research was to study polymyxin supplied for treatment pathogens infestation and sepsis in plants. The research question was can this be used for Gram positive instead of Gram negative infestations. The method involved examination of the septic cytoplasm from the interior or extracellular cause. This involved determination of more than a particular membrane of bacteria. The results showed the infection was by bacteria and less frequent fungi or parasites. The infestation began at some other location and the body and transferred through the cytoplasm to the extracellular membrane. Polymyxin sulfate was composed of two doses. This altered the bacterial cell structure and causes loss out of cellular contents. It concluded the sepsis was plant cells response to infection. These developed within 3 to 7 days after exposure to the bacteria.

Funding

NIH Clinical Center, Award: (866) 411-1010

Arthritis Foundation, Award: (404) 872-7100

Arthritis Society, Award: (416) 979-7228

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Award: (404) 639-3534

Genetic and Rare Diseases, Award: (301) 251-4925

National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, Award: (301) 495-4484