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Table 1 Antibacterial activity and bactericidal activity of Chicken hemoglobin fragment peptides

From: Antimicrobial activity and safety evaluation of peptides isolated from the hemoglobin of chickens

Strains D (mm) MIC (μg mL−1) IR (%) MBC (μg mL−1)
Gram-negative bacteria
Escherichia coli ATCC 25922 24.5 6.25 83.00 80
Escherichia coli C83901 18 12.5 66.53 80
Escherichia coli C83922, 20 6.25 55.24 80
Escherichia coli O78 18 6.25 47.83 80
Aeromonas hydrophila(crucian carp) 13 3.13 52.05 >160
Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC27853 15 3.13 52.94 80
Pasteurellae gallinarum C48-3 12 3.13 63.63 80
MR- Escherichia coli (equine) 33.5 6.25 62.73 80
MR- Pseudomonas aeruginosa M140 19 1.56 85.56 5
MR- Escherichia coli T50(swine) 11 6.25 89.92 80
Gram-positive bacteria
Staphylococcus aureus ATCC25923 27 3.13 50.00 >160
Staphylococcus aureus ATCC 29213 21 3.13 94.26 5
Staphylococcus albus ATCC01331 14.5 1.56 73.36 40
MR- Bacillus cereus (pigeon) 13.5 3.13 73.36 20
MR- Staphylococcus aureus L22(swine) 15.5 6.25 88.6 >160
MR -Staphylococcus aureus QD-CD10 (swine) 15.5 6.25 56.93 >160
MR-Enterococcus faecalis 53A(pet) 22 1.56 91.10 >160
MR-Enterococcus faecalis 52A(pet) 13.5 6.25 35.00 >160
MR-Enterococcus faecalis 37 N(pet) 29 3.13 55.00 >160
  1. MR multidrug resistance (in bold), D diameter of inhibition zone, MIC minimum inhibitory concentration, IR inhibitory rate in 30 min, MBC minimal bactericidal concentration