At log-phase ([OD.sub.600] 0.4), nisin
(5 ng [ml.sup.-1]) was added to induce gene expression.
Destruction of Listeria monocytogenes in sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) caviar by a combination of nisin
with chemical antimicrobials or moderate heat.
The application of nisin
has advanced beyond its role as a food biopreservative, said researcher Yvonne Kapila, professor at University of Michigan School of Dentistry in the US.
Improved method for quantification of the bacteriocin nisin
Ukuku has been working with nisin
since the early 1990s, but he only recently found that combining it with EDTA--a common preservative used in processed foods and soft drinks--and with certain GRAS organic acids produces a wash that curbs both Gram-positive bacteria (such as Listeria) and Gram-negative ones (such as Salmonella and E.
After confirming the diagnosis, animals were treated with Nisin
25 lakh IU / cow once a day by intramammary route for 3 days, a single injection of Enrofloxacin-30 ml/ cow, was injected dividing 15 ml by i/m route morning and evening.
Kavafyan Konagi'nda bu buyuk nisin
kapi tarafinda dikey eksenli raf seklinde ahsap bolmeler yer alir.
Individual and combined listericidal effects of sodium lactate, potassium sorbate, nisin
and curing salts at refrigeration temperature.
(Figure 2), a heat-stable peptide produced by Lactococcus lactis subsp.
Many food preservatives appear to be completely safe, including, alpha tocopheral (vitamin E), ascorbic acid (vitamin C), calcium propionate, nisin
, tartaric acid, and TBHQ.
E.; DELVES-BROUGHTON, J., The use of the bacteriocin, nisin
, as a preservative in ricottatype cheeses to control the food-borne pathogen Listeria monocytogenes.
Keywords: Amaranth, nisin
, BSA, nut proteins, pulse proteins, PAGE, tryptic digestibility