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Abstract Title:

Superior Antibacterial Activity of Integral Lemon Pectin Extracted via Hydrodynamic Cavitation.

Abstract Source:

ChemistryOpen. 2020 May ;9(5):628-630. Epub 2020 May 28. PMID: 32489768

Abstract Author(s):

Alessandro Presentato, Antonino Scurria, Lorenzo Albanese, Claudia Lino, Marzia Sciortino, Mario Pagliaro, Federica Zabini, Francesco Meneguzzo, Rosa Alduina, Domenico Nuzzo, Rosaria Ciriminna

Article Affiliation:

Alessandro Presentato

Abstract:

Pectin extracted via hydrodynamic cavitation in water only from waste lemon peel and further isolated via freeze drying displays significant antibacterial activity against, a Gram positive pathogen which easily contaminates food. The antibacterial effect of the new IntegroPectin is largely superior to that of commercial citrus pectin, opening the way to advanced applications of a new bioproduct now obtainable in large amounts and at low cost from citrus juice industry's waste.

Study Type : In Vitro Study

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