The conservative effects of lipopeptides from Bacillus methylotrophicus DCS1 on sunflower oil-in-water emulsion and raw beef patties quality
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Lipid oxidation was considered as a problem in food conservation. The present study aims to investigate the effect of lipopeptides DCS1 on the conservation of food models against lipid oxidation by determining the primary and the secondary oxidation products. Lipopeptides DCS1 are able to preserve the nutritional properties of the emulsion during 23¿days of storage, at a concentration of 0.0125% (w/w of emulsion), by slowing down the formation of hydroperoxides and malondialdehyde (MDA) compounds. The direct incorporation of lipopeptides in ground beef patties at a concentration of 0.5% (w/w of meat) was found to be more effective than gelatin film enriched with lipopeptides (2.5%, w/w of gelatin) as a coating, in inhibiting lipid oxidation. Furthermore, lipopeptides DCS1 are not toxic to human kidney cells HEK293 up to a concentration of 250¿µg/ml. The results indicate that lipopeptides DCS1 are effective for the preservation of fatty foods against lipid oxidation.
CitationJemil, N. [et al.]. The conservative effects of lipopeptides from Bacillus methylotrophicus DCS1 on sunflower oil-in-water emulsion and raw beef patties quality. "Food chemistry", 15 Gener 2020, vol. 303, p. 125364:1-125364:7.
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