Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Sterilization


EFFECTS OF THE ATMOSPHERIC NON-THERMAL PLASMA JET ON THE NUTRIENT FACTORS AND MICROORGANISMS OF RAW MILK

SeyedHamed Pour Rahmati Khalejan VedatKeskin ,Mehrdad Fojlaley

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 4744-4747

Sterilization of raw milk is necessary because microorganisms in raw milk negatively affect the quality of milk and it can cause some diseases.Non thermal atmospheric plasma contains ultraviolet photons and reactive neutrals such as radicals, excited and ground-state molecules which are very effective for sterilization. In this study a plasma jet as a source of non-thermal glow discharge has been designed and operated at 22 kHz.Raw milk wastransferred to the plasma reactor and the cold plasma jet was applied. It was concluded that the cold plasma jet is very usefulin sterilization of raw milk under ambient temperatures.Also the application of the cold plasma jet is a very fastthat operatesat low temperature with noexpensive initial investment.During applying the plasma jet on raw milk, it might be placed in strong electric field and numerous reactive gas species that could a negative effect on nutrient factors quality. It was found that the nutrients in milk are significantly reduced after the plasma jet application.

Analytical results of optimum conditions of canned capers production

Oybek Ergashev; Abdulaziz Eshonturaev; Dostonbek Muhiddinov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 271-276

Caper is medicinal herb. Its canned products with dietary ingredients which processed burgeons, fruit and canned foods are used to treat various diseases. Combination canning reduced moisture content in caper fruit by 14%, 25%, 35% and 75% then the effectiveness of canning by adding salt to it is learned. Theoretical and practical results of the work are summarized. The optimal variant of a new type of canned non-traditional caper was designated.

COMBINING MONTMORILLONITE CLAYS WITH PRO- AND PREBIOTICS TO REVITALIZE THE HUMAN MICROBIAL ECOSYSTEM.

Mavjuda Rakhmatullaeva; Sabirjan Aminov; Avez Sharipov; Javohir Jumabayev; Nilufar Elova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 2282-2291

Abstract: The task of the present paper is to develop scientific bases and technological
solutions for creating a combined pharmaceutical composition for normalization of intestinal
system function. The assigned task is solved by a combination of energy sorbent of
montmorillonite clay with a mixture of probiotic - Lastobacillus plantarum mal and prebiotic
inulin. The creation of such a composition is the most effective for normalization of intestinal
system function since prebiotic products create a favorable and complete nutrient environment
for maintenance and growth of the useful microbial culture of probiotics that were in
annibiosis (inactive state), and the enterosorbent of montmorillonite clay provides "adsorption
activity" for adsorption of toxic substances. The essence of the technology for obtaining a
combined pharmaceutical composition for the normalization of intestinal system function,
containing prebiotic and probiotic, as well as enterosorbent - montmorillonitic clay, in which
from dry inulin - prebiotic prepare aqueous solution, then it is sterilized by autoclaving, added
probiotic culture Lastobacillus plantarum mal, which is restored from the dried state by three
times crossing into the MRS - broth, At the same time, Lastobacillus plantarum mal is
centrifuged, cells are separated from the cultural liquid and thoroughly mixed before
lyophilisation of the substance. The suspension is mixed with a protective medium consisting
of milk, sugar and gelatine, the resulting mixture is also subjected to lyophilic drying, the dry
amorphous biomass is added to autoclaved montmorrillionite clay and the final product is
light brown with a pleasant sour-milk smell. This product serves as a sachet filling station -
sachets with additives.