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What would you do differently next experiment?
Also, hope to see you on the field next year!
Find a new negative control and also find ways to get the bitter almond oil to mix in solution, and yes I am very excited.
Do you have any ideas on what other solvents should be used as ethanol killed the bacteria?
possibly DMSO but not 100% sure
Possibly DMSO, but not 100% sure
What are some other methods of testing the efficacy of new types of antibiotics besides the one shown here ?
Once you find they do work on bacteria in steps above, testing them on a living creature like mice is beneficial.
what other ways could you use this research in the future?
I believe looking back on our data, we find that benzaldehyde doesn’t work on its own but it shows antimicrobial effects in bitter almond oil. So test which other compound in the oil pairs withe the benzaldehyde to make it antimicrobial.
Do you think there would be any other way or methods to test your hypothesis?