Influence of laser irradiation on the activity of plant pharmaceuticals with the assessment by the bacteria growth dynamics

Lubov A. Kokorina
Irkutsk State Medical University, Russia

Anna V. Neupokoeva (Login required)
Irkutsk State Medical University, Russia


Paper #3315 received 10 Feb 2019; revised manuscript received 17 Mar 2019; accepted for publication 3 Apr 2019; published online 13 May 2019.

DOI: 10.18287/JBPE19.05.020302

Abstract

The article describes experimental investigation of influence of laser irradiation on the drug activity of umbellate wintergreen and round-leaved wintergreen in the form of decoction and extract. The drug activity is estimated by counting the number of colonies grown on the nutrient medium with the addition of the studied plant preparation. It is shown that laser irradiation of pharmaceuticals significantly changes their activity, and the best results are obtained by irradiation of the umbellate wintergreen decoction.

Keywords

laser; drug activation

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