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Expanding horizons of active packaging: Design of consumer-controlled release systems helps risk management of susceptible individuals
The objective of this study was the development of zein based antilisterial films that contain a consumer-controlled and pH-triggered release mechanism for lysozyme (LYS). For this purpose, composite films were formed by ...
Development of gel-based pads loaded with lysozyme and green tea extract: Characterization of pads and test of their antilisterial potential on cold-smoked salmon
The objective of this work is to develop antilisterial gel-based pads (g-pad) for active packaging of cold-smoked salmon. Lysozyme (LYS) and/or green tea extract (GTE) (1% w/w) were incorporated into g-pads of gelatin ...
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 ...