Honey: The Natural ‟Inhibine”

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Volume 14, 2 Issues, 2016


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Anti-Infective Agents

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Honey: The Natural ‟Inhibine”



Anti-Infective Agents, 13(1): 42-49.

Author(s): Rezzan Aliyazicioglu and Laid Boukraa.

Affiliation: Laboratory of Research on Local Animal Products Institute of Veterinary Sciences, Ibn-Khaldun University of Tiaret, 14000 Tiaret, Algeria.

Abstract

Honey has been shown to contain glucose oxidase, which produces gluconic acid and hydrogen peroxide from glucose. Dilution of honey results in a significant increase in the activity of this molecule. Inhibine, an antibacterial substance previously described in honey, has been identified as hydrogen peroxide, which is manufactured at inhibine assay by the natural glucose oxidase in honey. Inhibine levels have been shown to be directly associated with hydrogen peroxide production.

Keywords:

Antibacterial, antimicrobial, bee products, honey, inhibine, royal jelly.



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Article Details

Volume: 13
Issue Number: 1
First Page: 42
Last Page: 49
Page Count: 8
DOI: 10.2174/2211352513666150318234101
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