Antimicrobial Enzyme Examined

Published on: 05/20/2015
Source : Jan Suszkiw, Agricultural Research Service Information Staff (USDA)

In 1921, Alexander Fleming discovered the antimicrobial powers of the enzyme lysozyme after observing diminished bacterial growth in a Petri dish where a drop from his runny nose had fallen. The famed Scottish bacteriologist published his findings a year later, but ultimately decided that the enzyme didn’t meet his criteria for a useful antibiotic—unlike penicillin, a later discovery. ...

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May 20, 2015
Why not publish the FULL RESULTS?
Have any trials been done with poultry?
I am always suspicious when people publish results in an incomplete or selective manner.
Do they have some secret agenda?
Analía Göttig Analía Göttig
Community Manager
May 26, 2015

Dear members,

You can have access to the full article (originally published at the Journal of Animal science) HERE.

Hope you enjoy the reading!

Best regards,

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