Foodborne diseases became a health issue worldwide, primarily thanks to the consumption of contaminated foods that area unit either raw, improperly heat treated or cross‐contaminated when adequate heat treatment foods.
A bunch of alkaloids extracted from plants were tested to judge their antimicrobial impact against completely different strains of Yersinia enterocolitica and different foodborne bacterium. The results obtained reveal that oliveridine and pachypodanthine pent-up Y. enterocolitica growth, with MIC values of twenty five μmol l−1 and a hundred μmol l−1 severally.
The results indicated that each alkaloids area unit sensible growth inhibitors, however oliveridine showed bigger repressing impact with lower MIC values. repressing alkaloids is developed as potential antimicrobials in food system to stop or treat foodborne diseases, so contributory to unravel the worldwide issue of contaminated food consumption.
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