Browsing by Subject "Antimicrobial"
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The antimicrobial and shelf-life study of vegetable sanitizer from herbal extracts and Acacia concinna(Willd.) D.C’s pod water (2015-11)
In the past 3 years, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that there were at least 7 outbreaks in fresh produces, for example; Escherichia coli O121 in raw clover sprouts (2014), E. coli O157:H7 in ready-to-eat salads (2013), and Salmonella Saintpaul in cucumbers (2013). The cleaning of fresh produces is the first step in order to prevent foodborne outbreak. Therefore, this experiment aims to study and develop the shelf life of vegetable sanitizer from Thai herb crude extracts including Cymbopogon citratus (Lemongrass), ...
The antimicrobial, antibrowning, and shelf-life study of fruit and vegetable sanitizer from herbal extracts (2015-09)
In the past 3 years, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that there were at least 7 outbreaks in fresh produces , for example; Escherichia coli 0121 in raw clover sprouts (2014), E. coli 0157:H7 in ready-to-eat salads (2013), and Salmonella Saintpaul in cucumbers (2013). The cleaning of fresh produces is the first step in order to prevent foodbome outbreak. Therefore, this research was aimed to develop and study the shelf life of fruit and vegetable sanitizer from Thai herb crude extracts including Chili ...
The development of Phyllanthus emblica extract-loaded BSA nanoparticles production to improve bioavailability (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2016)
(School of Biotechnology, Assumption University of Thailand, 2014-07)
According to the draft of Thai herbals development strategic plan; Thailand Champion Herbal Products: TCHP by the department for development of Thai transitional and alternative medicine, Ministry of Public Health, Centella asiatica (Bao-bog, Gotu Kola) is one of the five herbs in champion herbal products. To be able to produce quality herbal products, scientific proven data is needed to increase the confidence and acceptance of consumers, not only local wisdom. The variation in herbal form (fresh and dried), solvent types, and extraction ratio ...
The common Thai cooking herbs and spices antimicrobial activities; Chilli (Capsicum annuum), Lemongrass (Cympopogon citrates), Garlic (Allium sativum), Shallot (Allium ascalonicum), Galangal (Alpinia galangal), and Kaffir Lime (Citrus hystrix), have been reported numerously. Not only their antimicrobial activities but the antimicrobial active compounds and composition have been continuous reported under difference extraction methods and analysis methods. To understand antimicrobial mechanism of these herbs and spices will benefit ...