uacoopera posted this:Innovative process for the production of wine without the addition of sulfur dioxide by using chitosan-based filmsDespite the numerous applications of chitosan, was never described the production of chitosan films with natural compounds with these properties. As well as their use as substitutes for the addition of sulfur dioxide in wines or other food products. The chitosan films have many applications due to their antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. The limitation in their use is that chitosan is soluble in acidic aqueous media. Despite the numerous applications of chitosan, was never described the production of chitosan with natural compounds that are stable in acidic and with high antioxidant activity, maintaining the antimicrobial activity of chitosan. Has never been reported the use of chitosan as a substitute of the addition of sulfur dioxide in wines or other food products, pharmaceutical or other related areas.
Universidad de Alicante posted this:Novel visual inspection system for quality control in production procesessVisual inspection systems are based on the employment of pictures, both in the visible and infrared or ultraviolet spectrums. They can also make use of sonar images or adding structured light to the environment in order to analyze defects and shapes in products. The figure shows an image obtained by means of a range camera that allows distinguishing an object by its depth. Thus, its position and defects can be determined through its volume. The technology is totally developed and has been laboratory and field tested, although, it requires a particular specification for each case. The technology can be used for real-time inspection of production processes, both for the recognition and for the classification and quality inspection.
Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU posted this:A new method for species identification and determination of phylogenetic relationships in the genus Staphylococcus.Staphylococci (Staphylococcus) are one of the most important human bacterial pathogens. Many methods have been developed for the identification and typing of bacterial isolates of the genus Staphylococcus (Staphylococcus aureus) in recent years. These methods can be divided into two groups: phenotypic and genotypic methods. The results obtained using commercial tests, which are based on biochemical and immunological reactions profiles, are affected by mistakes due to variable expression of phenotypic features and the ambiguity from the interpreting the test results. The overall accuracy of conventional tests is low and it is in the range 50-70%. Among genotypic methods, DNA-DNA hybridisation and 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis have defined the species in the genus Staphylococcus and they are recommended to confirm the results of the new methods that are introduced into general use. However, there is still no universal method for staphylococcal species identification and typing at the same time, which would be widely used in all laboratories and allow to obtain high reproducibility of the results. The proposed method may determine the species identification and phylogenetic relationships in the genus Staphylococcus. It shows a high sensitivity and specificity. The results of this method can be interpret very easy, even in the case of the intraspecific polymorphisms. There is the possibility to differentiate between even very closely related species such as S. delphini, S. intermedius and S. pseudintermedius.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Procedure of determination of soybean proteins in pork meat products treated with heat, by liquid chromatography of high effectiveness of perfusion in reversed-phase.This technology can be applied in meat foodstuff treated with heat while most of this kind of analysis is made on raw products or synthetic mixtures. So far, the only method for meat foodstuff treated with heat (ELISA method) is slow, very expensive and its results are semi-quantitative. This new method is faster, cheaper and the results are reliable and quantitative. It means a huge improvement for the daily analysis and quality control of these products.
Universidad de Alicante posted this:Novel method to fabricate highly selective sensors for different substances of interestThe research group "Electro catalysis and Electrochemistry of Polymers", Department of Physical Chemistry at the University of Alicante has developed a novel method that allows highly selective electrode manufacture biometrics to detect any biochemical substance of interest, food or environmental. The method is based on the electro assisted deposit of molecularly imprinted silica layers on different electrodes. This allows a fast and efficient detection of the molecule of interest, independently of the other interfering. In addition, allows the regeneration of the electrode in a very simple way and lets its usage almost indefinitely. Innovative aspects The biometrical electrode manufacturing method is based on a electro assisted method of molecularly imprinted silica layers on different electrodes. With this new procedure, we obtain uniform and consistent layers of silica that allow highly selective detection of any biochemical substance of interest, food or environmental when these electrodes are used as amperometric, voltammetric, impedimetric and potentiometric sensors. Main advantatges of the technology The main advantage of the electro assisted deposit respect to conventional methods of thin film deposition (spin-coating or dip-coating), lies in the control of consistency and porosity of the layers. Due to the prevention of uncontrolled pore formation, avoids the indiscriminate passage of species from the solution to the electrode surface, reducing the interference in the detection of the analyte of interest. It has a high specificity and affinity for the molecule of interest. High control on the deposition of silica when is done by electro assisted mode. The possibility of varying the thickness of the silica layer and layer morphology allows for a highly consistent and reproducible layer. Electro assisted deposit method is capable of "self-healing", i.e. prevents the formation of holes in the assisted layer that interfere with the detection of the molecule of interest. With continued use, the sensor loses its effectiveness by the collapse of the pores with the species to be determined. In this case, the regeneration process is very simple: just repeat the procedure for removing the template molecule to be performed after the gel layer (electrochemical extraction or cleaning solvents). Thus, the pores of the sensing phase are released for use again.
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Alphanosos posted this:Functional actives for animal nutrition and hygiene based on synergistic mixes of plants already authorized as nutrients and feed additivesAlternatives to antibiotics made of edibles/feed additives with activities against multi-resistant bacteria, including many of high concern and/or interest in agriculture and aquaculture
Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Computerized Prediction of Taste Recognition (Bitter and Sweet)Cluster01 Cluster11 Computer-aided taste modulators identification Project ID : 23-2016-4357
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