2019 : A new green method for the synthesis of silver nanoparticles and their antibacterial activities against gram‐positive and gram‐negative bacteria

Prof. Dr. Drs Agus Rubiyanto M.Eng.Sc.
Endarko M.Si.,Ph.D.


The use of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) has been increasing on a global scale particularly in the fields of textiles, technology, health, and food because of their remarkable features.[1, 2] Among these, the health sector has been predicted to show a significant consumption of AgNPs. AgNPs were demonstrated to show antibacterial properties against various bacteria and also to be able to show antiviral properties, especially against the HIV-1 virus.[3] In addition, AgNPs have anti-inflammatory activity, and have been tested on animals and humans. They can also be used in