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Bulletine of UASVM Animal Science and Biotechnologies
Year: 2011  |  Volume: 68  |  Issue: 1  |  Page No.: 85 - 90

Antimicrobial Compounds of Royal Jelly

Lavinia I. BARNUŢIU, Liviu Al. MARGHITAS, Daniel S. DEZMIREAN, Otilia BOBIS, Cristina M. MIHAI and CrenguNa PAVEL    

Abstract: This paper contents a summary about antimicrobial compounds from royal jelly. Royal Jelly is a nutritive secretion produced by the hypopharyngeal and mandibular glands of worker bees; it is the main nutritional font of the queen honeybee and contains vitamins, carbohydrates, minerals and proteins. It possesses a number of pharmacological activities and is widely used in commercial medical products, health foods, and cosmetics in many countries. Peptides isolated from natural fonts are the object of several studies aimed at finding new molecules possessing antibacterial activity.

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