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Abstract Title:

Antimicrobial activity of polyphenolic compounds fromagainst food-borne bacterial pathogens.

Abstract Source:

Saudi J Biol Sci. 2021 Jan ;28(1):459-464. Epub 2020 Oct 27. PMID: 33424328

Abstract Author(s):

Mohammad A Alshuniaber, Rajapandiyan Krishnamoorthy, Wahida H AlQhtani

Article Affiliation:

Mohammad A Alshuniaber

Abstract:

Food-borne drug-resistant bacteria have adverse impacts on both food manufacturers and consumers. Disillusionment with the efficacy of current preservatives and antibiotics for controlling food-borne pathogens, especially drug-resistant bacteria, has led to a search for safer alternatives from natural sources.have been recognized as a food supplement, natural colorant, and enriched source of bioactive secondary metabolites. The main objectives of this study were to isolate polyphenolic compounds fromand analyze their antibacterial potential against drug-resistant food-borne bacterial pathogens. We found that fraction B of methanol extract contained a high quantity of polyphenols exhibiting broad spectrum antimicrobial effects against drug-resistant food-borne bacterial pathogens. Potential secondary metabolites, such as benzophenone, dihydro-methyl-phenylacridine, carbanilic acid, dinitrobenzoate, propanediamine, isoquinoline, piperidin, oxazolidin, and pyrrolidine, were identified by gas chromatography and mass spectrophotometry (GCMS). These metabolites are active against both gram-positive and gram-negative pathogens. Our work suggests that phenolic compounds fromprovide a natural and sustainable source of food preservatives for future use.

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