Actividad sinérgica in vitro de los alcaloides Crotsparina y Esparsiflorina aislados de Croton bomplandianum frente a Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Carlos Javier García Sanabria, Nelson Luís Alvarenga Sosa

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Se evaluó la actividad sinérgica de los alcaloides crotsparina y esparsiflorina, aislados de Croton bomplandianum Baill. con los antibacterianos gentamicina y ciprofloxacina frente a Pseudomonas aeruginosa, microorganismo frecuentemente responsable de infecciones intrahospitalarias. Se empleó el método del “tablero de damas”. Se encontraron combinaciones que presentaban efecto sinérgico, logrando la reducción de 87,5% de la CMI de gentamicina, mientras que para ciprofloxacina se logró una reducción del 25,0%. Esto abre interesantes perspectivas sobre el uso combinado de productos naturales puros y fármacos en uso clínico para el tratamiento de infecciones producidas por este microrganismo.


Palabras clave


crotsparina; esparsiflorina; Croton; Pseudomonas; gentamicina; ciprofloxacina.

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