Yıl: 2010 Cilt: 35 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 55 - 62 Metin Dili: Türkçe İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

Biyokoruyucu olarak laktik asit bakterileri ve bakteriyosinler

Öz:
Günümüzde tüketicilerin kimyasal katkı maddesi içermeyen, doğal ve sağlığı olumlu yönde etkileyen özelliklere sahip ürünlere karşı ilgisinin artmış olması bu konuda yapılan çalışmalara hız kazandırmıştır. Bu bağlamda, süt, et ve sebzelerden yapılan ürünlerde sıklıkla kullanılan laktik asit bakterileri, özellikle bakteriyosin üretimi gibi metabolik özellikleri nedeniyle dikkatleri üzerine çekmiştir. Bu derlemede laktik asit bakterilerinin özellikle bakteriyosin üretimleri ve çeşitli gıdalarda kullanım olanakları üzerinde durulmaya çalışılmıştır.
Anahtar Kelime: bakteriyosin laktik asit bakterileri gıda koruyucuları

Konular: Biyoloji Biyokimya ve Moleküler Biyoloji Gıda Bilimi ve Teknolojisi

Lactic acid bacteria as biopreservative and bacteriocins

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Nowadays, emerging interest of consumers for the natural and chemical additive free products influencing health in a positive aspect, leads to an increase in studies about the subject. In this sense, lactic acid bacteria which are mostly used in processing of milk, meat, and vegetable products, attracted attention especially due to their metabolic properties such as producing bacteriocins. In this review, bacteriocin production of lactic acid bacteria and possibilities of its use in different food is discussed.
Anahtar Kelime: food preservatives bacteriocins lactic acid bacteria

Konular: Biyoloji Biyokimya ve Moleküler Biyoloji Gıda Bilimi ve Teknolojisi
Belge Türü: Makale Makale Türü: Derleme Erişim Türü: Erişime Açık
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APA DİNÇER E, KIVANÇ M, KARACA GENÇER H (2010). Biyokoruyucu olarak laktik asit bakterileri ve bakteriyosinler. , 55 - 62.
Chicago DİNÇER EMİNE,KIVANÇ Merih,KARACA GENÇER HÜLYA Biyokoruyucu olarak laktik asit bakterileri ve bakteriyosinler. (2010): 55 - 62.
MLA DİNÇER EMİNE,KIVANÇ Merih,KARACA GENÇER HÜLYA Biyokoruyucu olarak laktik asit bakterileri ve bakteriyosinler. , 2010, ss.55 - 62.
AMA DİNÇER E,KIVANÇ M,KARACA GENÇER H Biyokoruyucu olarak laktik asit bakterileri ve bakteriyosinler. . 2010; 55 - 62.
Vancouver DİNÇER E,KIVANÇ M,KARACA GENÇER H Biyokoruyucu olarak laktik asit bakterileri ve bakteriyosinler. . 2010; 55 - 62.
IEEE DİNÇER E,KIVANÇ M,KARACA GENÇER H "Biyokoruyucu olarak laktik asit bakterileri ve bakteriyosinler." , ss.55 - 62, 2010.
ISNAD DİNÇER, EMİNE vd. "Biyokoruyucu olarak laktik asit bakterileri ve bakteriyosinler". (2010), 55-62.
APA DİNÇER E, KIVANÇ M, KARACA GENÇER H (2010). Biyokoruyucu olarak laktik asit bakterileri ve bakteriyosinler. GIDA, 35(1), 55 - 62.
Chicago DİNÇER EMİNE,KIVANÇ Merih,KARACA GENÇER HÜLYA Biyokoruyucu olarak laktik asit bakterileri ve bakteriyosinler. GIDA 35, no.1 (2010): 55 - 62.
MLA DİNÇER EMİNE,KIVANÇ Merih,KARACA GENÇER HÜLYA Biyokoruyucu olarak laktik asit bakterileri ve bakteriyosinler. GIDA, vol.35, no.1, 2010, ss.55 - 62.
AMA DİNÇER E,KIVANÇ M,KARACA GENÇER H Biyokoruyucu olarak laktik asit bakterileri ve bakteriyosinler. GIDA. 2010; 35(1): 55 - 62.
Vancouver DİNÇER E,KIVANÇ M,KARACA GENÇER H Biyokoruyucu olarak laktik asit bakterileri ve bakteriyosinler. GIDA. 2010; 35(1): 55 - 62.
IEEE DİNÇER E,KIVANÇ M,KARACA GENÇER H "Biyokoruyucu olarak laktik asit bakterileri ve bakteriyosinler." GIDA, 35, ss.55 - 62, 2010.
ISNAD DİNÇER, EMİNE vd. "Biyokoruyucu olarak laktik asit bakterileri ve bakteriyosinler". GIDA 35/1 (2010), 55-62.