CERELA   05438
CENTRO DE REFERENCIA PARA LACTOBACILOS
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
artículos
Título:
Characterization of a multilayer film activated with Lactobacillus curvatus CRL705 bacteriocins
Autor/es:
BLANCO MASSANI, MARIANA; MORANDO, PEDRO; VIGNOLO, GRACIELA; EISENBERG PATRICIA
Revista:
JOURNAL OF THE SCIENCE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE
Editorial:
JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD
Referencias:
Lugar: LOndres; Año: 2012 vol. 92 p. 1318 - 1318
ISSN:
0022-5142
Resumen:
BACKGROUND: Bacteriocins produced by lactic acid bacteria offer enormous promise for food safety preservation. In this study an active multilayer film obtained by the incorporation of lactocin 705 and lactocin AL705, two bacteriocins produced by Lactobacillus curvatus CRL705 with antimicrobial activity against Lactobacillus plantarum CRL691 and Listeria innocua 7, respectively, was characterized for its potential application in active packaging technology. Film activity performance at different storage conditions, bacteriocins transfer into water and sunflower oil, and film surface properties were evaluated. RESULTS: Film activity against L. innocua 7 was maintained during 2, 4 and 6 weeks at 30, 10 and 5 ◦C respectively. At 30 and 10 ◦C, activity loss against L. plantarum CRL691 was observed on the second week of storage and after the fourth week at 5 ◦C. Results showed no significant difference for active multilayer film contact angle and seal properties compared to the control (without bacteriocins). A decrease in lactocin 705 inhibitory activity after sunflower oil contact was observed, while lactocin AL705 remained unaffected. After water contact, film activity was retained for both bacteriocins. CONCLUSIONS: As demonstratedby antimicrobial activity and physico-mechanical properties retention, lactocin 705 andAL705 active multilayer film present potential for application in active packaging technology. Results showed no significant difference for active multilayer film contact angle and seal properties compared to the control (without bacteriocins). A decrease in lactocin 705 inhibitory activity after sunflower oil contact was observed, while lactocin AL705 remained unaffected. After water contact, film activity was retained for both bacteriocins. CONCLUSIONS: As demonstratedby antimicrobial activity and physico-mechanical properties retention, lactocin 705 andAL705 active multilayer film present potential for application in active packaging technology. 10 ◦C, activity loss against L. plantarum CRL691 was observed on the second week of storage and after the fourth week at 5 ◦C. Results showed no significant difference for active multilayer film contact angle and seal properties compared to the control (without bacteriocins). A decrease in lactocin 705 inhibitory activity after sunflower oil contact was observed, while lactocin AL705 remained unaffected. After water contact, film activity was retained for both bacteriocins. CONCLUSIONS: As demonstratedby antimicrobial activity and physico-mechanical properties retention, lactocin 705 andAL705 active multilayer film present potential for application in active packaging technology. Results showed no significant difference for active multilayer film contact angle and seal properties compared to the control (without bacteriocins). A decrease in lactocin 705 inhibitory activity after sunflower oil contact was observed, while lactocin AL705 remained unaffected. After water contact, film activity was retained for both bacteriocins. CONCLUSIONS: As demonstratedby antimicrobial activity and physico-mechanical properties retention, lactocin 705 andAL705 active multilayer film present potential for application in active packaging technology. respectively, was characterized for its potential application in active packaging technology. Film activity performance at different storage conditions, bacteriocins transfer into water and sunflower oil, and film surface properties were evaluated. RESULTS: Film activity against L. innocua 7 was maintained during 2, 4 and 6 weeks at 30, 10 and 5 ◦C respectively. At 30 and 10 ◦C, activity loss against L. plantarum CRL691 was observed on the second week of storage and after the fourth week at 5 ◦C. Results showed no significant difference for active multilayer film contact angle and seal properties compared to the control (without bacteriocins). A decrease in lactocin 705 inhibitory activity after sunflower oil contact was observed, while lactocin AL705 remained unaffected. After water contact, film activity was retained for both bacteriocins. CONCLUSIONS: As demonstratedby antimicrobial activity and physico-mechanical properties retention, lactocin 705 andAL705 active multilayer film present potential for application in active packaging technology. Results showed no significant difference for active multilayer film contact angle and seal properties compared to the control (without bacteriocins). A decrease in lactocin 705 inhibitory activity after sunflower oil contact was observed, while lactocin AL705 remained unaffected. After water contact, film activity was retained for both bacteriocins. CONCLUSIONS: As demonstratedby antimicrobial activity and physico-mechanical properties retention, lactocin 705 andAL705 active multilayer film present potential for application in active packaging technology. 10 ◦C, activity loss against L. plantarum CRL691 was observed on the second week of storage and after the fourth week at 5 ◦C. Results showed no significant difference for active multilayer film contact angle and seal properties compared to the control (without bacteriocins). A decrease in lactocin 705 inhibitory activity after sunflower oil contact was observed, while lactocin AL705 remained unaffected. After water contact, film activity was retained for both bacteriocins. CONCLUSIONS: As demonstratedby antimicrobial activity and physico-mechanical properties retention, lactocin 705 andAL705 active multilayer film present potential for application in active packaging technology. Results showed no significant difference for active multilayer film contact angle and seal properties compared to the control (without bacteriocins). A decrease in lactocin 705 inhibitory activity after sunflower oil contact was observed, while lactocin AL705 remained unaffected. After water contact, film activity was retained for both bacteriocins. CONCLUSIONS: As demonstratedby antimicrobial activity and physico-mechanical properties retention, lactocin 705 andAL705 active multilayer film present potential for application in active packaging technology.