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Antimicrobial potential of polylysine in edible films
(Japanese Society for Food Science and Technology, 2011)
The antimicrobial activity of edible films from whey proteins, alginate, zein and chitosan incorporated with polylysine (PL) and PL- ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (Na 2EDTA) combination have been tested on different ...
Active packaging of ground beef patties by edible zein films incorporated with partially purified lysozyme and Na 2EDTA
In this study, antimicrobial activity of zein films incorporated with partially purified lysozyme and disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (Na 2EDTA) has been tested on selected pathogenic bacteria and refrigerated ...
Zein and its composites and blends with natural active compounds: Development of antimicrobial films for food packaging
In this chapter the current developments in using biopolymer zein for active edible film-making are discussed with particular emphasis on antimicrobial packaging. Recent studies have showed the possibility of developing ...
Development of activate-at-home-type edible antimicrobial films: An example pH-triggering mechanism formed for smoked salmon slices using lysozyme in whey protein films
The aim of the present study was to develop the first generation of a novel natural antimicrobial packaging system which could be activated by consumers at home. For this purpose, antimicrobial films having a pH-triggering ...
Development of flexible antimicrobial zein coatings with essential oils for the inhibition of critical pathogens on the surface of whole fruits: Test of coatings on inoculated melons
This study aimed to develop essential oil (EO)-containing antimicrobial coatings for the inhibition of pathogenic bacteria contamination on fruit peels. Incorporation of eugenol (EUG), carvacrol (CAR), and thymol (THY) ...