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Lactobacillus plantarum (ATCC 8014) was tested for production of antimicrobial compounds. This study demonstrates that the cell-free supernatant of L. plantarum is effective in inhibiting the growth of a wide range of Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria including, Staphylococcus aureus ,...
Pediococci are part of the non-starter lactic acid bacteria, LAB, contributing towards cheese ripening. This study was aimed at isolating, characterizing and evaluating the antimicrobial activity of Pediococcus species occurring among commercial and farm-style cheese. Logarithmic counts of LAB...
The association of a modified Weibull model and Bigelow model was applied to the thermal inactivation of Bacillus subtilis spores heated in phosphate buffer, milk, kayu (a Japanese style rice porridge) and soy sauce as well. The inactivation kinetics presented a light downward concave profile,...
A study was undertaken to investigate the growth and competition between Bacillus cereus and B. circulans strains in both BHI and ready-to-eat potato puree. In addition, antimicrobial potential of supplemented nisin and carvacrol was evaluated against inoculated B. cereus and B. circulans...
The hydrophobicity of 26 species of bacteria representative of the main genera isolated from a rubber short milk tube, which is a constituent of a cluster from a milking machine, was determined. The materials forming the cluster namely rubber, stainless steel (SS) 316, stainless steel (SS) 304,...
White croaker ( Micropogonias furnieri ) were submitted to a direct electric current post-mortem and stored refrigerated at 4°C for 16 days. Flesh and surface of electrically treated fish exhibited higher mesophilic bacteria counts than controls on the 3rd and on the 6th day of storage,...
The alcoholic fermentation of Botrytis -affected wines is stopped by the addition of high concentrations of sulfur dioxide (SO 2 ). The natural microbial unstability of these wines and the binding phenomena forces winemakers to periodically add sulfur dioxide during maturation, leading to a high...
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