Yıl 2017, Cilt 15, Sayı 3, Sayfalar 288 - 299 2017-10-22

Nisinin Sinerjistik Antimikrobiyel Etkisi
Synergistic Antimicrobial Effect of Nisin

Burcu Özel [1] , Ömer Şimşek [2]

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Gıda muhafaza yöntemlerinin birlikte kullanılması, gıda kalitesini ve güvenliğini artırmaktadır. Bu nedenle engeller teknolojisi kapsamında çeşitli doğal koruyucular kullanılarak mikrobiyal risk ortadan kaldırılmaya çalışılmaktadır. Nisin ise Lactococcus lactis suşları tarafından üretilen ve gıda sistemlerinde kullanılmasına izin verilmiş (E234) bir doğal koruyucudur. Bu antimikrobiyel ajanın gıda sistemlerinde etkisinin artırılması için çeşitli kimyasal katkı ve fiziksel işlemlerle birlikte kullanılması denenmiştir. Bu derleme çalışmasında da nisinin sinerjistik antimikrobiyel etkisi üzerinde durularak, hem gıda sistemlerinde çeşitli muhafaza yöntemlerinin olumsuz etkilerinin azaltılabildiği hem de nisinin antimikrobiyel aktivitesinin artırılabildiği gösterilmiştir.

Application of food preservation treatments in combinations increases food quality and safety. Therefore, microbial risks can be prevented by using natural preservatives within the concept of hurdle technology. Nisin is a natural preservative (E234) permitted in food production and produced by Lactococcus lactis. To increase the effect of this antimicrobial agent in foods systems, it has been tested in combinations with different chemical additives and physical treatments. In this review, the synergistic antimicrobial effect of nisin was emphasized and it was shown that the adverse effects of various preservation methods in food systems can be reduced while the antimicrobial activity of nisin can be increased.

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Dergi Bölümü Derleme Makaleler

Orcid: http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7500-0716
Yazar: Burcu Özel

Orcid: http://orcid.org/0000-0003-0624-9352
Yazar: Ömer Şimşek

Bibtex @derleme { akademik-gida345270, journal = {Akademik Gıda}, issn = {1304-7582}, eissn = {2148-015X}, address = {Sidas Medya Ajans Tanıtım Danışmanlık Ltd. Şti.}, year = {2017}, volume = {15}, pages = {288 - 299}, doi = {10.24323/akademik-gida.345270}, title = {Nisinin Sinerjistik Antimikrobiyel Etkisi}, key = {cite}, author = {Şimşek, Ömer and Özel, Burcu} }
APA Özel, B , Şimşek, Ö . (2017). Nisinin Sinerjistik Antimikrobiyel Etkisi. Akademik Gıda, 15 (3), 288-299. DOI: 10.24323/akademik-gida.345270
MLA Özel, B , Şimşek, Ö . "Nisinin Sinerjistik Antimikrobiyel Etkisi". Akademik Gıda 15 (2017): 288-299 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/akademik-gida/issue/31629/345270>
Chicago Özel, B , Şimşek, Ö . "Nisinin Sinerjistik Antimikrobiyel Etkisi". Akademik Gıda 15 (2017): 288-299
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ISNAD Özel, Burcu , Şimşek, Ömer . "Nisinin Sinerjistik Antimikrobiyel Etkisi". Akademik Gıda 15 / 3 (Ekim 2017): 288-299. http://dx.doi.org/10.24323/akademik-gida.345270