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Study the effect of antioxidants and ROS levels on antibacterial activity of some of modified pyrimidine derivatives
International Journal of Advanced Biochemistry Research
Recently, it was postulated that antibacterial substances kill bacteria by a common mechanism involving the formation of reactive oxygen species, in addition to particular drug-target interactions (ROS). However, there is a lot of controversy about this mechanism that produces hydroxyl radicals. Different experimental approaches are anticipated to be the root of the inconsistent results because the role of ROS to antibiotic-mediated death most likely varies on the circumstances. In the currentdoi:10.33545/26174693.2022.v6.i2b.144 fatcat:pkwr44gzhzgtpe6upvzqpa7iv4