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  • noun biochemistry A glucan produced by some fungi and used in manufacturing edible films.

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Examples

  • "As soon as the pullulan film contacts a moist surface such as meat, it meshes right into the surface, and as it dissolves, it releases the antimicrobial."

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  • The researchers found that when experimentally inoculated surfaces of turkey breast were treated with pullulan films, Listeria monocytogenes populations were reduced dramatically after three weeks under refrigerated storage.

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  • John Floros, professor and head of food science, and Valentina Trinetta, a visiting scholar from the University of Milan, Italy -- also confirmed the feasibility of using active pullulan films to deliver a bacteriocin directly to a food surface.

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  • In the study, which was published in the March issue of the Journal of Food Safety, the researchers demonstrated the effectiveness of pullulan films containing antimicrobial sakacin A to control Listeria monocytogenes growth.

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  • These results demonstrate the possibility of using sakacin A-containing pullulan film to inhibit or reduce the pathogen on the surfaces of ready-to-eat foods.

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  • The aim of the Penn State study was to evaluate the effectiveness of sakacin A against strains of Listeria monocytogenes that have caused foodborne outbreaks and to study the efficacy of a pullulan film containing sakacin A to control the growth of the pathogen in turkey deli meat.

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  • "As soon as the pullulan film contacts a moist surface such as meat, it meshes right into the surface, and as it dissolves, it releases the antimicrobial."

    Penn State Live

  • The researchers found that when experimentally inoculated surfaces of turkey breast were treated with pullulan films, Listeria monocytogenes populations were reduced dramatically after three weeks under refrigerated storage.

    Penn State Live

  • In the study, which was published in the March issue of the Journal of Food Safety, the researchers demonstrated the effectiveness of pullulan films containing antimicrobial sakacin A to control Listeria monocytogenes growth.

    Penn State Live

  • John Floros, professor and head of food science, and Valentina Trinetta, a visiting scholar from the University of Milan, Italy -- also confirmed the feasibility of using active pullulan films to deliver a bacteriocin directly to a food surface.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

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