Research Article - Microbiology: Current Research (2021) Volume 5, Issue 3
In vitro antifungal activity, phytochemical screening and thin layer chromatography profiling of Impatiens tinctoria A Rich root extracts.
The emergence of microorganisms’ new resistance mechanism, the emerging and re-emerging of new infectious disease and side effects of antimicrobials threatening our ability to treat infectious diseases. Therefore, researches for the innovation of new drugs are needed through identification of the best candidate like plants which are used in traditional medicine. In Ethiopia, women dye their palms and nails by a root paste of the study plant (Impatiens tinctoria A. Rich) as a beauty treatment, to toughen the skin and to control fungal infections.Author(s): Yasser Mahmmod