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Determination of Antibacterial Activity from Tricholoma matsutake Extract and Its Application to Low Salted Jeot-gal
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  • Journal title : KSBB Journal
  • Volume 30, Issue 5,  2015, pp.253-256
  • Publisher : Korean Society for Biotechnology and Bioengineering
  • DOI : 10.7841/ksbbj.2015.30.5.253
 Title & Authors
Determination of Antibacterial Activity from Tricholoma matsutake Extract and Its Application to Low Salted Jeot-gal
Kim, Jin-Seong; Park, Jae-Bum; Jang, Seung-Won; Kwon, Deok-Ho; Jang, Mi-Hee; Lee, Mi-Ok; Ha, Suk-Jin;
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 Abstract
The antibacterial activity from Tricholoma matsutake extracts were confirmed by minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) test against various bacteria. Tricholoma matsutake extracts was applied for manufacturing low salted Jeot-gal with sodium DL-malate and sodium nitrite as food preservatives. Due to antibacterial activity from Tricholoma matsutake extracts, MIC of sodium DL-malate and sodium nitrite were significantly reduced to 0.025 g/L and 0.25 g/L, respectively. As a result of this study, a premium low salted Jeot-gal can be developed with low concentration of food preservatives by adding Tricholoma matsutake extracts.
 Keywords
Tricholoma matsutake;Antibacterial;Minimum inhibitory concentration;Jeot-gal;
 Language
Korean
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