Effect of Non-LAB Probiotics on Foodborne Enteric Pathogens: A Systematic Review

This systematic review aimed to highlight the newest information on the effects of non-lactic acid probiotics on the foodborne pathogens. Following the PRISMA-P guidelines, electronic databases (PubMed, Medline, Cochrane Central, Web of Science, Scopus) was searched from their inception up to September 23, 2019. 83 studies met the inclusion criteria after the full-text analysis of 558 articles. Results demonstrated that the majority of the studies focused on spore-forming bacteria and species-specific direct antagonism as the mechanism of action. Nevertheless, further research with in-vivo experimental setups with gnotobiotic animals regarding immunomodulating effects and inhibition of biofilm formation is required.
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Dilek, Filiz Bengü; Yetiş, Ülkü (Informa UK Limited, 1991-11-01)
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the toxic effects of Cu(II) on a chemostat containing activated sludge. Different concentrations of Cu(II) (0.5, 1.0, 5.0, and 10.0 mgL-1) were maintained in a laboratory-scale completely mixed activated sludge unit, without recycle, treating simulated wastewater. The feed solution contained 650 mgL-1 protein (corresponding to 1300 mgL-1 COD) as a source of carbon. Experimental results indicated that the treatment efficiency was not adversely effected by the presenc...
Effect of EDTA on activated sludge properties
Sanin, Faika Dilek (2001-02-01)
Bacterial extracellular polymers have been found to be important in bioflocculation of activated sludge. In this study ethylene diamine tetra acetic acid (EDTA) method of extracting bacterial extracellular polymers is examined. Following extractions, it is observed that EDTA extracted significant amounts of biopolymers. However, the chemical treatment causes serious changes in sludge properties. Sludge particle size is reduced from 21 mum to 14.6 mum, filtration properties of sludge deteriorates, indicated ...
Impact of PCB-118 and transformer oil toxicity on anaerobic digestion of sludge: Anaerobic toxicity assay results
Kaya, Devrim; İmamoğlu, İpek; Sanin, Faika Dilek (Elsevier BV, 2013-08-01)
In this study, possible toxicity of increasing doses of PCB-118 and transformer oil (TO) on anaerobic sludge digestion was investigated. For this purpose, five different sets of reactors were prepared in which four different PCB-118 concentration (1, 10, 20, and 30 mg L-1) and three different TO concentration (0.38, 0.76, and 1.52 g L-1) were applied. Throughout the study, biogas production and composition, pH, TS, VS, and COD as well as PCB concentration were monitored. Toxicity was investigated by anaerob...
Effects of pH and feeding strategy on metabolite profiling of beta-lactamase producing bacillus licheniformis
İler, Nazar; Çalık, Pınar; Department of Chemical Engineering (2005)
In this study, the effects of pH and different feeding modes on beta-lactamase production and cell metabolism were investigated with Bacillus licheniformis (ATCC 25972). For this purpose, first, the effects of pH on beta-lactamase activity, cell formation, substrate consumption, as well as intracellular sodium, potassium, ammonium ion, amino acid and organic acid concentrations were investigated in V= 3.0 dm3 batch bioreactors consisting of temperature, pH, foam, stirring rate and dissolved oxygen controls....
Ökmen, Zinet Aytanga; Bayındırlı, Alev (1999-01-01)
The effects of microwave processing on water soluble vitamins (ascorbic acid, niacin, thiamin, and riboflavin) were determined. The kinetic parameters of vitamin degradation reactions for microwave heating were determined for model vitamin systems. The degradation reactions were found to be first-order reactions. The kinetic parameters at different temperatures were also determined.
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F. Yeni, H. Samut, and Y. Soyer, “Effect of Non-LAB Probiotics on Foodborne Enteric Pathogens: A Systematic Review,” Food Reviews International, pp. 0–0, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?partnerID=HzOxMe3b&scp=85108277213&origin=inward.