Controlling of Bacterial Elongation Growth by Studying the Factors Effecting of It
Inhibition of PGN elongation caused by activation of PGN autolysin by lysis of the bacteria PGN cell wall by electrolyte ions. Another electrolyte ion-mediated lysis of the bacteria cell wall is thought to be due to disruption of the outer membrane structure by N- and C-terminal lipoproteinases, but is mitigated by the activity of PGN hydrolases and autolysins. We investigated bacterial cell wall lysis by electrolyte ions by using minimum inhibitory concentration value for the solution against gram positive bacteria .Halo antibacterial tests also found that Cu , Zn ,Mg,Li ions have strong antibacterial activity against bacteria. Lysis of bacteria peptidoglycan (PGN) cell walls by electrolyte ions is thought to result from damage to PGN biosynthesis by TG and TP and PGN inhibition by PGN autolysin activation. The other is caused by lysis of the outer membrane cell wall of bacteria by electrolyte ions and is thought to result from disruption of the outer membrane structure and inhibition of PGN elongation through disruption of PGN biosynthetic TPs. and activation of PGN autolysin.