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Antibiotic resistance is one of the most common problems in medicine. Therefore discovering of new antibacterial components with least side effect is necessary. Based on the presence of biologically active constituents in Avicennia marina and its uses in alternative medicine, it is supposed that this plant has antibacterial effect. Methods: This study was designed as an "in vitro" study. In extraction procedure, 20% glycerin solution was utilized as solvent. In the screening step, S. aureusdoaj:8a6007b23b8842f58f433989c87055d1 fatcat:kz6axvgh75djnpdie5gqyxymoq