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Resistance of postharvest biocontrol yeasts to oxidative stress: a possible new mechanism of action.
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Resistance to oxidative stress could be a key mechanism of biocontrol yeasts antagonism against postharvest wound pathogens.
Effect of the Biocontrol Yeast Rhodotorula glutinis Strain LS11 on Patulin Accumulation in Stored Apples.
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Yeast cells survived and increased in infected apples and, in a model system emulating decaying apple, resulted in accelerated breakdown of patulin and the production of the same TLC spots as those detected in vitro, suggesting that biocontrol yeast cells surviving in decaying apples could metabolize patulin or negatively affect its accumulation or synthesis.
Antimicrobial compounds produced by Bacillus spp. and applications in food
The Bacillus genus is a heterogeneous group of Gram-positive, facultative anaerobic, endospore-forming bacteria spread into the environment, even though soil is generally accepted as its natural
DEVELOPMENT OF A CULTURE-INDEPENDENT POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION-BASED ASSAY FOR THE DETECTION OF LACTOBACILLI IN STRETCHED CHEESE
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The speed of the DNA extraction protocol and the sensitivity and reliability of the PCR assay even make it feasible to detect nondominant populations of Lactobacillus species in cheese.
Antibiotic Resistant Pseudomonas Spp. Spoilers in Fresh Dairy Products: An Underestimated Risk and the Control Strategies
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Light is shed on the resistome of cheese-related pseudomonads and their genomic background, current methods and advances in the prediction tools for MDR detection based on genomic sequences, possible implications for human health, and the affordable strategies to counteract MDR spread.
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