Protein extracts: lane 1, NZ[pNZ8150] (negative control); lanes 2, 3, and 4, NZ-H5 after nisin
(5 ng [ml.sup.-1]) induction for 1, 2, or 3 hrs, respectively.
The increased level of capital, together with cash flow from operations, a credit facility and possibly some incremental bank debt, is expected to be invested in construction of the company's pharmaceutical facility to produce Nisin
, the active ingredient in Mast Out.
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Al-Holy, Lin, and Rasco (2005) investigated the effect of nisin
in combination with heat treatments or antimicrobials (such as lactic acid, chlorous acid and sodium hypochlorite) on the inhibition of Listeria monocytogenes and total mesophiles in caviar and concluded that there was no synergistic effect due to the combination of nisin
with lactic acid.
The researchers focused on the cancer-killing properties of nisin
, a colorless, tasteless powder widely used as a food preservative.
Evaluation of agar diffusion bioassay for nisin
These were maltol and ethyl maltol, nisin
, pectins, polyvinyl alcohol and sucrose esters of fatty acids.
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is produced by lactic acid bacteria, a strain of bacteria that is a standard ingredient in making buttermilk, cheese, and yogurt.
Effect of nanovesicleen capsulated nisin
on growth of Listeria monocytogenes in milk, Food Microbiol, 27: 175-178.
The clinical efficacy of Nisin
extracted from Lactococcus lactis subsp.