1951 年 71 巻 2 号 p. 86-89
Of the Chinese drug prescriptions resistered in the National Formulary (Japan), antibacterial activities were examined of 51 prescriptions, used in bacterial diseases, of 11 other prescriptions, and, futher, of 35 kinds of crude drugs composing their effective principles, with following results.
(1) Almost all Chinese drug prescriptions applied in bacterial diseases possessed growth inhibition against Staphylococcus and B. coli, although the degree of effectiveness varied more or less.
(2) The antibacterial crude drugs have increased growth prohibiting actions when used in prescriptions and in a concentrated state in case of prescriptions, than when used only by itself.
(3) Both prescriptions and crude drugs generally possessed strong growth inhibiting activities against Staphylococcus but a weak against B. coli.