Antimicrobial effects of fruit and flower anthocyanins

Doede J. Binnema, Maaike Smelt, Jan Wever, Jurre Hageman, X.Y. Wu, E Onrust, H.E. Hoekstra, L.M. Sikkema, D.A. Wieleman, E. Sibbald-Tsompanidou, H.J.M. Harmsen, S.S. Parotte, E. Lubbers, J. Wever

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• Our research suggest that anthocyanins are promising anti-bacterial agents
• The antimicrobial effects are highly dependent on the source of the anthocyanin-extract
• Rose-anthocyanins appear to posses the strongest anti-bacterial effects
• Gram-positive strains appear to be more sensitive compared to gram-negative strains
• Future research efforts should focus on different anthocyanin entities
Originele taal-2English
StatusPublished - 27 mrt 2018
EvenementBaMa symposium - Hotel Papendal, Arnhem, Netherlands
Duur: 27 mrt 201828 mrt 2018
https://www.mls.be/event/scientific-spring-meeting-knvm-nvmm-2018/

Conference

ConferenceBaMa symposium
LandNetherlands
StadArnhem
Periode27/03/1828/03/18
Internet adres

Keywords

  • anthocyanen

Citeer dit

Binnema, D. J., Smelt, M., Wever, J., Hageman, J., Wu, X. Y., Onrust, E., ... Wever, J. (2018). Antimicrobial effects of fruit and flower anthocyanins. Postersessie gepresenteerd op BaMa symposium , Arnhem, Netherlands.
Binnema, Doede J. ; Smelt, Maaike ; Wever, Jan ; Hageman, Jurre ; Wu, X.Y. ; Onrust, E ; Hoekstra, H.E. ; Sikkema, L.M. ; Wieleman, D.A. ; Sibbald-Tsompanidou, E. ; Harmsen, H.J.M. ; Parotte, S.S. ; Lubbers, E. ; Wever, J. / Antimicrobial effects of fruit and flower anthocyanins. Postersessie gepresenteerd op BaMa symposium , Arnhem, Netherlands.
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2018. Postersessie gepresenteerd op BaMa symposium , Arnhem, Netherlands.

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