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Journal:   JOURNAL OF LARGE ANIMAL CLINICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH (JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE)   2010 , Volume 4 , Number 10; Page(s) 47 To 60.
 
Paper: 

THE EFFECT OF INOCULATION OF SELECTED LACTIC ACID BACTERIA STARTER CULTURES ON THE TOTAL NUMBER OF LACTIC ACID BACTERIA, TOTAL NUMBER OF ENTEROBACTERIACEA, TOTAL AEROBIC BACTERIA AND NITRITE CONCENTRATION OF FERMENTED SAUSAGE

 
 
Author(s):  ESMAILZADEH P.*, MIRAHMADI F., MAZAHERI M.
 
* SCIENCE AND RESEARCH BRANCH, ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY, TEHRAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

Nitrite salts of sodium have been used traditionally in meat products as preservatives, antioxidant and color fixative agents. Nitrite is highly carcinogenic agent. The aim of this work was to study acid lactic bacteria inoculation effects on nitrite and load of bacterial reduction in sausages products. Three lactic acid bacteria strains (L. fermentum PTCC 1638, L. plantarum PTCC 1058, Leu. mesenteroides subsp mesenteroides PTCC 1563) were selected for considering of their nitrite reduction ability primarily. Two strains of them (L. fermentum, L. plantarum) and their mixture were evaluated as starter cultures in the production of sausage. Their density standardized with 0.05 Mac-Farland dilution in 600nm wave length by spectrophotometric method. Mentioned strains and their mixture with finally number of (108cfu/g farsh) inoculated to sausage containing 120 mg/g nitrite. During “Fermentation period” nitrite residual mean value: pH, acidity, total number of  lactic acid bacteria, total number of mesophilic aerobic bacteria and total number of Enterobacteriacea were significantly different  in compared to no inoculation treatments(control) (P<o.o5). Residual nitrite in fermented sausage by L. fermentum, L. plantarum and their mixture, was reduced to 65.8%, 75.4% and 68.3% respectively, while it was 60% in no inoculation treatment. Result revealed, there is no difference between total aerobic bacteria men values in fermented sausages, by L. fermentum and mixture starter cultures (P>0.05).

 
Keyword(s): ACTOBACILLUS PLANTARUM ,LACTOBACILLUS FERMENTUM, NITRITE, FERMANTED, SUSAGES
 
 
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ESMAILZADEH, P., & MIRAHMADI, F., & MAZAHERI, M. (2010). THE EFFECT OF INOCULATION OF SELECTED LACTIC ACID BACTERIA STARTER CULTURES ON THE TOTAL NUMBER OF LACTIC ACID BACTERIA, TOTAL NUMBER OF ENTEROBACTERIACEA, TOTAL AEROBIC BACTERIA AND NITRITE CONCENTRATION OF FERMENTED SAUSAGE. JOURNAL OF LARGE ANIMAL CLINICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH (JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE), 4(10), 47-60. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=189641



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ESMAILZADEH P., MIRAHMADI F., MAZAHERI M.. THE EFFECT OF INOCULATION OF SELECTED LACTIC ACID BACTERIA STARTER CULTURES ON THE TOTAL NUMBER OF LACTIC ACID BACTERIA, TOTAL NUMBER OF ENTEROBACTERIACEA, TOTAL AEROBIC BACTERIA AND NITRITE CONCENTRATION OF FERMENTED SAUSAGE. JOURNAL OF LARGE ANIMAL CLINICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH (JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE). 2010 [cited 2021May12];4(10):47-60. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=189641



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ESMAILZADEH, P., MIRAHMADI, F., MAZAHERI, M., 2010. THE EFFECT OF INOCULATION OF SELECTED LACTIC ACID BACTERIA STARTER CULTURES ON THE TOTAL NUMBER OF LACTIC ACID BACTERIA, TOTAL NUMBER OF ENTEROBACTERIACEA, TOTAL AEROBIC BACTERIA AND NITRITE CONCENTRATION OF FERMENTED SAUSAGE. JOURNAL OF LARGE ANIMAL CLINICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH (JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE), [online] 4(10), pp.47-60. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=189641.



 
 
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