Inhibitory Effects of Histamine Production in Mackerel Muscle by Medicinal Herbs and Seaweed Extracts

  title={Inhibitory Effects of Histamine Production in Mackerel Muscle by Medicinal Herbs and Seaweed Extracts},
  author={Seul-A Jung and Dong-Hyun Kim and Koth-Bong-Woo-Ri Kim and Hyun-Jee Kim and Da-Hyun Jeong and Bo-Kyong Kang and Si-Woo Bark and Won Min Pak and Bo-Ram Kim and Myoung-Woo Byun and Dong Hyun Ahn},
  journal={Journal of The Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition},
This study was conducted in order to investigate the inhibitory effects of natural materials on histamine production in mackerel. Antimicrobial activities on Photobacterium phosphoreum of medicinal herbs and seaweeds were investigated using the paper disc assay and MIC (minimum inhibitory concentration) test. According to the results, Sargassum sagamianum and Ecklonia cava ethanol extracts exhibited antibacterial activity. In particular, Sargassum sagamianum ethanol extract showed excellent… 

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