Study of the antibacterial properties of a composition based on chitosan obtained from dead bees Apis Mellifera


  • Kh. A. Khaydarova Master's degree student, Bukhara State University, Uzbekistan
  • F. M. Nurutdinova PhD, Senior teacher, Bukhara State University, Uzbekistan
  • G. A. Ikhtiyarova Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor, Tashkent State Technical University, Uzbekistan
  • A. A. Khaydarov Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor, Bukhara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Uzbekistan


biopolymer, chitin, chitosan, dead bees, fungicide, thickener


The article provides data on the development of a new thickening composition for printing cotton-lye fabric with antibacterial properties based on biodegradable polymers Chitosan synthesized from Apis Mellifera bee dead with CMC with addition of CMC and synthetic hydrolyzed acrylic emulsion. Studied the fungicidal properties of the developed mixed thickener for active dyes used in printing fabrics. As a result of observations, it was revealed that these new thickeners on the basis of exhibit pronounced antimicrobial activity in relation to the micelle fungus Aspergillus terreus. The optical density of the samples shows that these thickeners are resistant to mycelial fungi. Among thickeners, thickeners based on Uzhitan-?MS-HAE, Uzkhitan-CMS have the most pronounced bactericidal activity, and these thickeners are more stable, they can be used the next day and even on the second day for printing mixed fabrics.


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Khaydarova, K. A., Nurutdinova, F. M., Ikhtiyarova, G. A., & Khaydarov, A. A. (2022). Study of the antibacterial properties of a composition based on chitosan obtained from dead bees Apis Mellifera. International Journal of Chemical & Material Sciences, 5(1), 1-4.