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Immobilization of Lactobacillus plantarum B134 Cells using Sodium Alginate for Lactose Hydrolysis in UHT Milk Hartono, Lusiana Kresnawati; Khusniati, Tatik; Artika, I Made; sulistiani, Sulistiani; Choliq, Abdul
Current Biochemistry Vol 1, No 2 (2014)
Publisher : Bogor Agricultural University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/71-82


Hydrolysis of lactose in milk by β-galactosidase from immobilized bacterial cells has the potential to alleviate the problem of lactose intolerance. The present study was aimed to immobilize cells of L. plantarum strain B134 and evaluate their efficiency in hydrolyzing lactose in ultra high temperature (UHT) milk. Immobilized cells were generated by mixing cell suspensions with solutions of sodium alginate and calcium chloride. The β-galactosidase activity of the immobilized cells was tested by determining their ability in hydrolyzing lactose in UHT milk (whole milk and skimmed milk). Results showed that cells of L. plantarum strain B134 were entrapped optimally using a combination of 1 % sodium alginate, 100 mM calcium chloride and 12 % w/v cell suspension. The highest β-galactosidase activity was achieved at pH 6.5 and a temperature of 45 ºC for 5 minutes incubation time. The immobilization efficiency achieved was 28.95 %. The immobilized cells could reduce lactose by up to 85.45 % in UHT whole milk and 91.26 % in UHT skimmed milk. The times required for that reduction of lactose in UHT whole milk and UHT skimmed milk were 12 hours and 9 hours respectively. The immobilized cells could be re-used up to 4 times for efficient lactose hydrolysis for both types of milk. Therefore, immobilized cells of L. plantarum B134 have the potential to be used for lactose hydrolysis in UHT milk.
PURIFIKASI PARSIAL DAN KARAKTERISASI ß-GALAKTOSIDASE Lactobacillus plantarum B123 INDIGENOS DAN HIDROLISIS LAKTOSA UNTUK PRODUKSI SUSU ULTRA HIGH TEMPERATURE RENDAH LAKTOSA Khusniati, Tatik; Mariyani, Neny; Lioe, Hanifah Nuryani; Faridah, Didah Nur; Choliq, Abdul; Sulistiani, Sulistiani
Jurnal Kimia Terapan Indonesia (Indonesian Journal of Applied Chemistry) Vol 17, No 2 (2015)
Publisher : Research Center for Chemistry - LIPI

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (708.319 KB) | DOI: 10.14203/jkti.v17i2.31


β-Galactosidase is enzyme which hidrolyze lactose to glucose and galactose. This enzyme is used in production low lactose milk for consumption human which have lactose intolerance. Partial purification of β-galactosidase is important to be conducted to increase  β-galactosidase activity in order to its hydrolysis potency on UHT milk lactose increased.This research was aimed to production by partially purification and characterization indigenous β-galactosidase from Lactobacillus plantarum B123, and lactose hydrolysis for production low lactose UHT milk. Partially purification were precipitation following dialysis. Characterization included optimazion and stabilization of enzyme, while lactose hydrolisis for production low lactose UHT milk was detected by enzymatic GOD-POD kit. The results showed that production of β-galactosidase by using partial purification increased from 21.51 ± 0.23 U/mL (crude) to 106.34 ± 0.56 U/mL (dialysis).  The optimum crude β-galactosidase activity was reached in precipitation by using 60 % ammonium sulphate.  The purity of crude β-galactosidase increased 3.71 times after precipitation, and 14.28  times  after dialysis. Characterization of β-galactosidase showed that  optimum activities of crude and dialyzed β-galactosidase were at pH 6.5 and 50 oC, respectively. Stability of crude β-galactosidase incubated for 1 h were at pH: 5.0-8.5 and 25-50 °C. Specific activity of crude β-galactosidase was 15.05 U/mg protein, while that dialyzed β-galactosidase was 109.58 U/mg protein. Lactose hidrolysis to produce low lactose UHT milk showed that glucose concentration increased with the increase of hidrolysis time. Time needed to hidrolyze lactose 50 % with 4.8 U/mL β-galactosidase at 50°C was 6.08 h. In conclusion that indigenous β-galactosidase from Lactobacillus plantarum B123 purified partially can be used as lactose hidrolyzer in production of low lactose UHT milk.Key words : b-galactosidase, indigenous Lactobacillus plantarum B123, purification, lactose hidrolysis, UHT Milk
ASEAN Journal on Science and Technology for Development Vol 25 No 1 (2008): ASEAN Journal on Science and Technology for Development (AJSTD)
Publisher : Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29037/ajstd.225


The good antibacterial and aromatic supplements produced in Japan for preservation of milks at storage was investigated. Nineteen sweet and herb materials were made juices as supplements to preserve the milks. Bacterial counts, pH, protease activities and lipase activities of supplemented milks, and antibacterial activities of supplements were detected by total plate counts, glass electrode pH meter, azocasein, modified Dole extraction and turbidity methods. Eleven of nineteen milks added 10% of honey, garlic, ginger, horseradish, “sansho”, “yuzu”, green perilla, “nira”, green tea, bamboo leaf and “yomogi” were selected as good supplemented milks based on pH of these milks closed to pH of milks, the lower bacterial counts, protease activities and lipase activities of these milks than that without supplements, at 5 days before up to 10 days after use by date (P<0.05), consumed materials and antibacterial activities of these supplements in inhibiting Pseudomonas fluorescens P. 33 in the nutrient media.  
IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF BREAD USING CASSAVA FLOUR SUBSTITUTION AND α-AMYLASE khusniati, tatik; Purnamasari, Elisa; Effendi, Supli; Anindyawati, Trisanti
Teknologi Indonesia Vol 39, No 3 (2016)
Publisher : LIPI Press

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (16.054 KB) | DOI: 10.14203/jti.v39i3.271


Bread in Indonesia generally used wheat flour as a basic material and it is an imported flour product up to now. On the other hand, cassava flour can be used as wheat flour alternative for substitution. This research was aimed to improve the quality of bread using cassava flour substitution and α-amylase. Variables used were wheat and cassava flour with comparison: 100:0, 95:5, 90:10, 85:15, and α-amylase with concentration: 0, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5%, respectively. The contents of water, ash, protein, carbohydrate, and salt were determinated by modifying the AOAC method. The pH of bread dough was measured and α-amylase activities were determined by Iodine method. The dough and substituted-bread volumes were measured, and organoleptic tests were conducted by training 20 panelists. Statistical analysis used factorial completely randomized experimental design (FCRD). The results show that the highest values of water, ash, protein and carbohydrate were found in bread of A4B2 (25.13%), A1B1 (0.97%), A1B2 (8.62%), A4B2 (47.89%), sequentially (P<0.05). A2B4 was bread with the best organoleptic value and biggest volume than the others with nutritional contents of water (25.10%), ash (0.87%), protein (7.98%), carbohydrate (46.89%), and salt (2.17%). The values of these nutritional contents was in scope of bread SNI standard. Cassava flour substitution and α-amylase affected significantly to organoleptic values of bread produced (P<0.05). The α-amylase activities of all treated bread were not significantly different (P<0.05). Based on volumes of bread dough and bread as well as organoleptic tests, the best bread is A2B4 (95% wheat flour using 5% cassava flour and 1.5% α-amylase).
Pengembangan Teknologi Mikroenkapsulasi Bakteri Probiotik dan Manfaatnya untuk Kesehatan (TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT OF PROBIOTIC BACTERIA MICROENCAPSULATION AND IT BENEFIT FOR HEALTHY) Setiarto, Raden Haryo Bimo; Kusumaningrum, Harsi Dewantari; Jenie, Betty Sri Laksmi; Khusniati, Tatik
Jurnal Veteriner Vol 19 No 4 (2018)
Publisher : Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Udayana University and Published in collaboration with the Indonesia Veterinarian Association

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.19087/jveteriner.2018.19.4.574


Probiotic based products are associated with many health benefits. However, the main problem is the low survival of these probiotic in food products as well as in gastrointestinal tract. Providing probiotics with a physical barrier is an efficient approach to maintain microorganisms and to deliver them into the gut. Microencapsulation is one of the most efficient methods, and it has been under consideration and investigation by some researcher. Generally, the success of this technology is depend on the quality of the wall material, probiotic strain, the core release form and the encapsulation method. Therefore, in this review, some relevant microencapsulation aspects, such as the capsule, wall material, core release forms, encapsulation methods will be briefly discussed. In this sense, microencapsulation has gained an increasing interest, since it has been demonstrated that it could protect the destruction of bacteria not only during its production process but also during its delivery into gastrointestinal tract, as well as it function as a protective effects during storage.&nbsp;
Characterization of Protease Crude Extract from Indigenous Lactic Acid Bacteria and the Protein Degradation Capacity in Local Tuber and Cereal Paste Flour Khusniati, Tatik; Nur Kasfillah, Nanda Sabbaha; Syafriana, Vilya; Zahara, Resti Sofia; Citroreksoko, Padmono; Sulistiani, Sulistiani; Anindyawati, Trisanti
Jurnal Kimia Terapan Indonesia (Indonesian Journal of Applied Chemistry) Vol 21, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Research Center for Chemistry - LIPI

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (35.694 KB) | DOI: 10.14203/jkti.v21i1.419


Protease hidrolyzed protein in flour in order to more digest by human ulcer. Lactobacillus plantarum B110 and Lactobacillus satsumensis are indigenous lactic acid bacteria that produce protease. The objective of this research is to characterization of protease crude extract from indigenous lactic acid bacteria and the protein degradation capacity in local tuber and cereal paste flour. Tuber and cereal flour used were purple sweet potato (Dioscorea alata), cassava (Manihot esculenta), rice (Oryza sativa), corn (Zea mays) and wheat (Triticum) as comparison. Proteaseactivity was tested by Horikoshi method (1971) and protein degradation was by formol titration. Research results showed that optimum activities and stabilities of Lactobacillus plantarum B110 were at pH: 7.5, 45oC and pH:5.0-8.0, 35-50oC, while that L. satsumensis EN 38-32 were at pH: 7.0, 40oC and pH:6.0-8.0, 20-45oC. Increases in protein degradation capacity of the paste flour additional proteases crude extract from L. plantarum B110 were 0.0838% (purple sweat potato), 1.3299% (cassava), 0.5834% (corn), 0.7499% (rice) and 1.5551% (wheat as comparison); while that L. satsumensis EN 38-32 were 0.20% (purple sweet potato), 0.32% (cassava), 0.87% (corn), 1.17% (rice). Based on increases in protein degradation capacity, protease crude extract from L. plantarum B110  and L. satsumensis EN 38- 32 were sequently better to hidrolyze protein of cassava and rice paste flour than thatother tuber and cereal.
Jurnal Teknologi Hasil Pertanian Vol 10, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Universitas Sebelas Maret (UNS)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/jthp.v10i1.19134


Pasteurized milk stored at cool temperatures generally have a relatively short shelf life. Antibacterialactivity of noni juice in maintaining the quality of pasteurized goat's milk stored at cold temperatures wasinvestigated. Characteristics of pasteurized goat's milk examined were organoleptic performances, microbialgrowth (total plate count and psychotrophic bacteria), chemical characteristics (protein, pH and acid total) withthe addition of noni juice at variation concentrations) (0%, 5%, 7.5%, 10%, and 12.5%) and times of storage(0.5, 10, 15 and 20 storage days). The results showed that the concentration of noni juice addition of 0 % -7.5 %on the parameters of colour, flavour, taste and homogenity and still were acceptable by consumers. Theinhibitory effects of TPC amount of growth were shown in 12.5% (2.8x101-3.3x101cfu/ml), and this inhibitoryeffects weren’t significantly different between each other of concentrations) (α&gt; 0.05). The low decrease ofprotein content was indicated at concentrations of 7.5 % and still with the value of under SNI up to 20 days ofstorage (from 3.48 to 3.19%). The lowest decrease of pH and the increase acid total titration were shown atconcentrations of 5% with the values of pH (6.40 to 6.17) and acid total (0.20 %-0.22%). Based on organoleptic,microbial and chemical characteristics, it can be concluded that the best concentration of noni juice than that theothers can be added to the pasteurized goat milk during storage was 5%.