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Anticariogenic activity of Rose Jasmine formulation mediated silver nanoparticles

S. Bhavesh, Abirami Arthanari*, S. Rajeshkumar.


Introduction: Rose (rosa canina) is one of the flowers that are much in demand by the community because besides being
an ornamental flower it can also be used as a cosmetic base material. Metallic silver (Ag) is a resilient transition element
that has been utilised for a long time in jewellery, coinage, and silverware due to its scarcity (ranking 67th in abundance
among the elements) and alluring white metallic brilliance.
Aim: To study the anticariogenic activity of Rose Jasmine formulation mediated silver nanoparticles.
Materials and methods: Muller hinton agar were utilised to identify the zone of inhibition at different concentrations of
the prepared extract mediated with silver nanoparticles.
Results: It showed that the prepared extract had an average of zone of inhibition at 100ul of the prepared extract.
Conclusion: The prepared extract mediated silver nanoparticles had good anticariogenic activity at 100ul concentration.

Key words: Rosa canina, Nanoparticles, Anticariogenic activity,Silver Nanoparticles.

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