Comparative Study Of Antibacterial Activity Of Garlic And Cinnamon At Different Temperature And Its Application On Preservation Of Fish | 4665
ISSN: 2155-952X

Journal of Biotechnology & Biomaterials
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Comparative study of antibacterial activity of garlic and cinnamon at different temperature and its application on preservation of fish

3rd World Congress on Biotechnology

Nandita Dasgupta, Shivendu Ranjan, Proud Saha, Madhumita Rakshit and C. Ramalingam

Posters: Agrotechnol

DOI: 10.4172/2155-952X.S1.020

The antibacterial effect of aqueous garlic and cinnamon extract at five different temperatures (40O C, 60O C, 80O C, 100OC, 120O C) against five multidrug resistant bacterial isolates (2 gram negative and 3 gram positive), including Bacillus cereus, Staphylococcus aureus, Enterococcus faecalis, E. Coli and Proteus mirabilis were studied by well diffusion method. The maximum antibacterial effect of aqueous garlic and cinnamon extract of different temperature obtained in Enterococcus faecalis and E. Coli at 60O C (1.041) and in Enterococcus faecalis at 60O C (0.87) respectively. This antibacterial property was applied on preservation of fish. A time dependent antibacterial study was done using the gum acacia coating with garlic and cinnamon paste. It is observed that the microbial load present on the fish was totally reduced on second day. In short, the aqueous garlic and cinnamon extract and pastes show a wide range of antibacterial activity at 40O C to 60O C and satisfy all the criteria for antibacterial agent as compared to antibiotic Gentamicin. These results suggests that garlic and cinnamon can be used as food preservative and thus the use of other chemical preservatives can be minimized, which would be beneficial for environment and consumer health; or a plastic for food preservation can be invented using the antibacterial activity of garlic and cinnamon, the inner wall of the plastic coated with garlic and cinnamon paste.
Nandita Dasgupta is in B.Tech Biotechnology 3 rd year at the age of 21 years from VIT University, Vellore. She was the Student coordinator of VIT Biosummit?12, a meet between industrialists and academia. She has published 3 papers in reputed journals. She was also student coordinator in many college tech and cultural fests. She has good subject command in depth and technical skills with excellent management skills.