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    Antibacterial activity of Chrysanthemum indicum, Centella asiatica and Andrographis paniculata on Bacillus cereus and Listeria monocytogenes under Low pH Stress 

    Patchanee Yasurin; Nateepat Pitinidhipat; Christina Vania Utami (2012)

    Classic food preservation methods do not guarantee to inhibit Bacillus cereus and Listeria monocytogenes growth. The application of natural antibacterial agent is an alternative way to control their growth. Asia herbs, Chrysanthemum indicum, Centella asiatica, and Andrographis paniculata were used in this experiment to test their antibacterial activity under low pH stress. Their antibacterial activities of 95% ethanolic crude extracts were tested on B. cereus and L. monocytogenes 10403S under different low pH stress by agar disc diffusion ...
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    Chemical profiling of centella asiatica under different extraction solvents and its antibacterial activity, antioxidant activity 

    Patchanee Yasurin (2015)

    Centella asiatica (L) urban, synonym Hydrocotyle asiatica, is found almost all over the world. This plant is famous in Ayurvedic medicine and used in the management of central nervous system, skin and gastrointestinal disorder. Thus this research had been done to evaluate the effect of solvent extraction (Ethanol, Chloroform and Hexane) of C. asiatica on chemical profile, antioxidant activity and antibacterial activity against some foodborne pathogens. The result showed that all solvents (ethanol, chloroform and hexane) used in extraction showed ...
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    In-vitro antibacterial activity screening of herb extracts against foodborne pathogenic bacteria from Thailand 

    Patchanee Yasurin; Sasiwan Piya-Isarakul (2015)

    Herbs have been used as traditional medicine since the ancient times as primary health care for local people. This experiment was aimed to study the individual antibacterial activity of six Thai local herbs (Tradescantia spathacea, Andrographis paniculata, Eleocharis acicularis, Acacia concinna, Phyllanthus niruri, and Tinospora cordifolia) against six foodborne pathogenic bacteria (Escherichia coli ATCC25822, Samonella enterica Typhimurium U302 (DT1046), S. enterica Enteritidis (human), S. enterica 4,5,12: i-(human) US clone, Bacillus cereus, ...
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    In-vitro Individual Antibacterial Activity Of Thai Red Curry Paste Ingredients Against Salmonella Enterica Enteritidis (Human) And Listeria Monocytogenes 10403s 

    Patchanee Yasurin; Treuktongjai Saenghiruna (2015)

    Thai red curry paste consists of herbs which have potential to be natural antibacterial agents. Therefore 7 herbs of Thai curry paste ingredients; Chili (Capsicum annuum), Kaffir lime (Citrus hystrix), Cumin (Cuminum cyminum L.), Shallot (Allium ascalonicum L.),Garlic (Allium sativum), Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citrates), and Galangal (Alpinia galangal), were investigated for their individual antibacterial activity againt Salmonella enterica Enteritidis (human) and Listeria monocytogenes 10403S by agar diffusion method Agar under 3 extraction3; ...
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    Natural antibacterial activity of Thai curry paste in Thai red curry (Kang-Kati) model against Listeria monocytogenes 10403S 

    Patchanee Yasurin; Thidarat Udchachonand (Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon, 2013)

    In 2012, outbreak-associated strains of Listeria monocytogenes have been reported to CDC. Foods as natural antibiotics itself might be considered as an alternative for food safety. Thai red curry is a Thai cultural dish which has become well-known worldwide for having fresh coconut milk and red curry paste as main ingredients. The main ingredients of red curry paste include various types of herbs: Capsicum annuum (chili), Citrus hystrix (Kaffir lime), Cuminum cyminum L. (Cumin), Allium ascalonicum L. (Shallot), Allium sativum (Garlic), ...
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    Natural antibacterial activity of Thai curry paste in Thai red curry-water base (Kang-Pa) Model on Salmonella enterica 4, 5, 12: i: - (human) and Salmonella enteric Enteritidis (human) 

    Patchanee Yasurin (2013)

    Natural antibacterial is now a very interesting food safety trend. The investigation on the food having antibacterial activity itself, as functional food, becomes more dynamic. Salmonella sp. is a food pathogen which has been reported its outbreaks frequently in variety of foods. Thai red curry (Kang-Pa) is a Thai cultural dish and become worldwide well-known menu. The Thai curry paste, Thai red curry main ingredients, compose of seven herbs including Capsicum annuum (Red chili), Cymbopogon citrates (Lemongrass), Alpinia galangal (Galangal), ...
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    Natural antibacterial activity of Thai red curry paste in coconut milk based curry; Kang-Kati, Model on Salmonella sp. and Listeria monocytogenes 

    Chuchod Sapabguy; Patchanee Yasurin (2015)

    Since 2006, Salmonella sp. and Listeria monocytogenes outbreaks have occurred frequently in a variety food types all over the world. Thai red curry paste is composed of 7 herbs which have been investigated for their antimicrobial activity in different independent laboratories. The investigation aimed to study the antibacterial activity of Thai red curry paste in a coconut milk based curry; Kang-Kati, as a real food model against S. enteric Enteritidis (human) and L. monocytogenes 10403S. The standard plate count method as CFU/ml was used to ...
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    Production, purification and characterization of an ionic liquid tolerant cellulase from Bacillus sp. isolated from rice paddy field soil 

    Patchanee Yasurin (2015)

    Background: Lignocellulosic biomass is a renewable, abundant, and inexpensive resource for biorefining process to produce biofuel and valuable chemicals. To make the process become feasible, it requires the use of both efficient pretreatment and hydrolysis enzymes to generate fermentable sugars. Ionic liquid (IL) pretreatment has been demonstrated to be a promising method to enhance the saccharification of biomass by cellulase enzyme; however, the remaining IL in the hydrolysis buffer strongly inhibits the function of cellulase. This study aimed ...
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    Review: antibacterial, antioxidant and chemical profile of centella asiatica 

    Supawan Rattanakom; Patchanee Yasurin (2014)

    Plants have been used since ancient times whether as foods/seasoning or medicinal purposes. The used of plants for medicinal purposes can be found almost every parts of the world; from Africa to Europe. Nowadays, there are increasing trends of using natural products. From the discovery that effective life span of any antibiotic is limited. Scientists try to discover alternatives. One of the sources is from plants. As they have an almost limitless ability to synthesize aromatic substances especially plant secondary metabolites. Most of plant ...
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    Review: antimicrobial properties of common herbs and spices used in Thai cooking 

    Patchanee Yasurin (2015)

    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 ...
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    Review: the Bioavailability Activity of Centella asiatica 

    Patchanee Yasurin (2015)

    Centella asiatica (Bao-bog, Tiger Herbal, Pennywort, Gotu kola) has been announced as one of five “Thailand Champion Herbal Products (TCHP)” by the Department for Development of Thai Transitional and Alternative Medicine, Ministry of Public Health. C. asiatica has been investigated for its bioavailability activity, antimicrobial activity, antioxidant activity, anti-inflammatory activity, wound healing activity and anticancer activity. C. asiatica contains many types of active compounds: terpenoids, terpenoids and phenols. Thus, C. asiatica has ...