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ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITIES OF LOCALLY PRODUCED SOAP AGAINST SOME PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS.

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ABSTRACT
The evaluation of antimicrobial activities of five (5) brands of differentlocally produced
soap sold in Owo Local Government Area of Ondo state was carried out against
some selected pathogenic organisms (Staphylococcus
aureus,Enterobacteraerogenes,Bacillus cereus,Shigelladysentaries,Salmonella typhin,
Candida albicans,Aspergillusfumigatus). Usually, the antimicrobial analyses
of the soap samples were analysed. The analysis of antimicrobial activities of locally
produced soaps against the pathogenic organisms was carried out using
concentration 1g/2ml for all the soap respectively. The pour plates method was
used to obtained the zone of inhibition of the locally produced soaps onthe
test organisms. The result shows that locally produced soaps exhibited
antimicrobial activities against all the test organisms, when compared with
antibiotics.



TABLE OF CONTENT
Front page                                                                                        i
Certification                                                                                                ii
Dedication                                                                                         iii
Acknowledgement                                                                                      iv
Abstract                                                                                            v    
Table of content                                                                                vi

CHAPTERONE
1.0   INTRODUCTION                                                                                1
1.1    AIM AND OBJECTIVES                                                                 6

CHAPTER TWO
2.0 LITEREATURE REVIEW                                                                             7
2.1 THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF AFRICAN BLACK SOAP                            9
2.1.1 USES                                                                                                 9
2.1.2BENEFITS                                                                                         10
2.2 ANTIMICROBIAL SOAP                                                                    10
2.2.1 DEFINITION                                                                                    10
2.2.2 INGREDIENTS                                                                                 11
2.2.3 RESEARCH                                                                                               11
2.3 HISTORY                                                                                            13
2.4. SKIN MICROBIOTA AND SOAP                                                     13
2.4.1. METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN SKIN MICROBIOTASTUDIES        17
2.5 TRANSMISSION                                                                                 22

CHAPTER THREE
3.0 MATERIAL AND METHODS                                                             25
3.1 SAMPLE COLLECTION                                                                     25
3.2 COLLECTION OF THE TEST MICROORGANISM                                    25
3.2.1 ORGANISMS USED                                                                        25
3.3 PREPARATION OF WORKING CONCENTRATION                       26
3.4 PREPARATION OF INOCULUM                                                       26
3.5 ANTIMICROBIAL SENSITIVITY ASSAY                                        26

CHAPTER FOUR
4.0 RESULT AND DISCUSSION                                                             28

References

4.1 RESULT                                                                                               28



ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITIES OF LOCALLY PRODUCED SOAP AGAINST SOME PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS.

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