In vitro Antibacterial activity of Nigella Sativa extract against clinical Isolates of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus

Asma B. Ozair
2018 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
S. aureus is one of the most popular bacteria; it causes large number of infection for human and animal. Due to its prevalence and regular treatment, it gained resistance for many regular medications and become over concerning matter, so substitution drugs have been brought out in order to beat the bacteria resistant types. N sativa seem to have an antibacterial effect for so many years back in time. So this study aimed to confirm that effect on MRSA through culturing the s. aureus with
more » ... aureus with different strains in different concentrations of N sativa extract. Inhibition activity seem to be found in high concentration of N sativa and decline with lower concentrations with finding small zones with increasing growth. N. sativa is used among popular medicine and has effectiveness through years of using, so it should be consider in modern medicine to set in treatment protocol.
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2018.6312 fatcat:rjibeesb3zgtvpwy6ozxpkygdm