Biosurfactants in Food by Deepansh Sharma (auth.)

By Deepansh Sharma (auth.)

The current paintings goals to hide the views of biosurfactants, which are of curiosity in food-related industries and biomedical functions. Biosurfactants are a structurally different team of surface-active molecules widely produced by means of micro organism, yeast and fungi. regardless of having major strength linked to emulsion formation, anti-adhesive and antimicrobial actions, significantly few purposes were pronounced relating to functions of biosurfactants in nutrition formulations and processing.

The usage of biosurfactants, that are hugely useful in nutrition and biomedical purposes, has develop into an increasing number of major. in addition to delivering an outline of biosurfactant homes, the booklet indicates how those homes may be acceptable within the nutrients industry.

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2003). Use of liquid chromatography-mass spectroscopy for studying the composition and properties of rhamnolipids produced by different strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Journal of Surfactants and Detergents, 6(2), 155–161. , Costerton, J. , & Stoodley, P. (2004). Bacterial biofilms: from the natural environment to infectious diseases. Nature Reviews Microbiology, 2(2), 95–108. , & Wang, X. (2003). Influence of biosurfactants produced by Candida antarctica on surface properties of microorganism and biodegradation of n-alkanes.

2015). Lipopeptides: Biosynthesis and applications. Journal of Microbial & Biochemical Technology, 7, 103–107. , Shi, Z. , Hu, L. , Cheng, L. , & Wang, F. (2008). Antifungal compounds from Bacillus subtilis BFS06 inhibiting the growth of Aspergillus flavus. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 24(6), 783–788. Chapter 2 Classification and Properties of Biosurfactants Abstract Microbial surfactants are amphiphilic mixtures compounds derived mainly from microbial cell surfaces extracellularly that decrease the surface tension and interfacial tensions at the surface.

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