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Effect of Cinnamon and Rosemary Nano-Emulsions against Escherichia coli O157:H7 Isolated from Shawarma Sandwiches

coli serotypes in beef and chicken shawarma sandwiches, particularly E. coli O157:H7, were found in the study. Utilizing a Sorbitol MacConkey agar assay, a total of 100 samples from ready-to-eat beef and chicken meat shawarma sandwiches were isolated and identified as E. coli. The findings were confirmed by serology and polymerase chain reaction PCR using the phoA gene, which is specific for E. coli and the fliCH7 gene, which is also present in E. coli and the fliCH7 gene, which is specific to E. coli and the fliCH7 gene, which is specific for E. coli O157:H7. According to the prevalence of E. coli species isolated from beef and chicken shawarma sandwiches samples, the incidence of E. coli species isolated from beef and chicken shawarma sandwiches samples was between 58% and 10%, respectively. Both cinnamon and rosemary NEs had antimicrobial activity against E. coli O157:H7, and the cinnamon NE was more effective than rosemary, with a mean inhibition zone of 7. 67 mm and 7. 12 percent at MIC 0. 8 percent and 3. 12 percent.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21608/svu.2022.142529.1203


Effects of Turmeric, Cinnamon, and Lemon Extracts on Shelf Life, Nutrients, and Preservation of Carp Fish in Cold Storage

At 4'u00b0C, the present research sought to find the effect of turmeric, cinnamon, and lemon extracts on shelf life, macronutrients, and oxidative spoilage of the carp fish in cold storage at 4 u00b0C. Fishes were divided into five categories, including control; immersed fish in cinnamon, turmeric, and lemon extracts; immersed fish in lemon and turmeric extracts; and immersed fish in lemon and turmeric extracts; and immersed fish in lemon and turmeric extracts; and immersed fish in lemon and turmeric extracts; and immersed fish in lemon and turmeric extracts; and immersed fish in lemon and turmeric extracts; and immersed fish in lemon and turmeric extracts; and immersed fish in lemon and cinnamon and lemon and cinnamon, Compared to the NT, the total bacterial load and the number of psychrophilic bacteria in the fish fillet showed a significant decrease. The number of cryophilic bacteria was 0. 41 104 u00b1 0. 50, which was the lowest value compared to other therapies, so the fish shelf life was extended with the used extracts.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/3502464


Antitumor Activities of Aqueous Cinnamon Extract on 5637 Cell Line of Bladder Cancer through Glycolytic Pathway

The antitumor effects of Cinnamon were investigated in this study, with a focus on glucose metabolism in bladder cancer carcinoma cell-line 5637. Cinnamon bark was used to make aqueous extract of Cinnamon. Different amounts of aqueous extract of Cinnamon were used in a Bladder cancer 537 cell line. HSF1 and LDHA, LDH production, and lactate dehydrogenase A were tested for evaluating aqueous extract of Cinnamon's effect on glycolysis, the gene expression of epidermal growth factor receptor 2, heat shock protein transcription factor 1, and lactate dehydrogenase A, as well as lactate dehydrogenase A. Increasing the protein level of HSF1 and LDHA, LDH, glucose intake, and lactate production dose-dependently, aqueous extract of Cinnamon significantly reduced ErbB2, HSF1, and LDHA gene expression, as well as reduced the LDHA and LDHA gene expression, as well as decreased the lactate production dose-dependently. Our results showed that the aqueous extract of Cinnamon would prevent proliferation in 5637 cells by inhibition of glycolysis and apoptosis in 5637 cells.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/3855368


Determination for a suitable ratio of dried black pepper and cinnamon powder in the development of mixed-spice ice cream

Abstract Black pepper powder and cinnamon powder are commonly used as food additives but can also be used as building a functional product. BPP and CP were used as an ingredient in mixed-spice ice cream in this research. The results showed that BPP and CP would improve the functional properties and provide alternative flavors in the food, providing an innovative way to provide health-beneficial combinations for consumer satisfaction.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-19451-7


Development and Optimization of Cinnamon Oil Nanoemulgel for Enhancement of Solubility and Evaluation of Antibacterial, Antifungal and Analgesic Effects against Oral Microbiota

Oral microbiota can pose a significant threat to oral health. The current research, however, sought to develop a cinnamon oil-loaded nanoemulsion gel to increase the solubilization of oil in the oral cavity, enhancing its antibacterial, antifungal, and analgesic effects against oral microbiota. In vitro release of eugenol from NEG1 showed a greater release relative to pure CO. Compared to the aqueous dispersion of CO-NE and pure cinnamon oil, ex vivo mucosal permeation was found to be the highest for NEG1. Compared to those of the other tested formulations, the latency reaction time during the hot-plate test in rats was the highest for the NEG1 sample at all time points. The CO-NEG formulation was shown to be effective in improving the actions of CO against oral microbiota, as well as relieving pain and improving overall oral health.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/pharmaceutics13071008


Ameliorating Effect of Combined Cinnamon and Ginger Oils against the Neurotoxicity of Nicotine Administration on the Prefrontal Cortex of Adult Albino Rats: Immunohistochemical and Ultrastructural Study

Methods and methods: Fifty adult male albino rats were divided into five groups: group I, group II, group III, group IV, and group V. The coronal sections from the anterior section of the rat brain at the site of prefrontal cortex were examined by light microscope for, while transmission electron microscopy determined the ultrastructure morphology. The oxidative stress markers in the rats'u2019 brain tissue homogenate were biochemically determined. Results: The rats that were treated with nicotine displayed significant oxidative stress in the form of marked rise in MDA and decrease in GSH, apoptotic changes specifically in the pyramidal cells, in the form of neuronal cell degeneration and pyknosis, and an increase in the inflammatory marker TNF-u03b1 and GFAP expressions relative to the control group, as shown by increased oxidative stress in the form of vascular cell degeneration and grafthose cytogend'.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/scipharm89030041


Zein/MCM-41 Nanocomposite Film Incorporated with Cinnamon Essential Oil Loaded by Modified Supercritical CO 2 Impregnation for Long-Term Antibacterial Packaging

MCM-41 silica nanoparticles were manufactured as a long-term antibacterial film nanocomposite made of zein film and cinnamon essential oil loaded MCM-41 silica nanoparticles in this research. A scanning electron microscope revealed the morphologies of the prepared nanoparticles and film nanocomposite. The film nanocomposite had a remarkable release-control effect, according to the research. MCM-41 nanoparticles also improved the mechanical properties of zein films, thanks in part. The effect of CEO was considerably extended by the film nanocomposite, which indicates that the CEO's film nanocomposite was a long-term antibacterial medicine or food packaging material.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/pharmaceutics12020169


More than ‘pour-and-mix’ – Extending Content Knowledge at the college level through an analysis of coumarin in cinnamon

The article discusses the structure of a college course on analytical chemistry for pre-service teachers. The course aims at increasing teacher student's professional knowledge by recapitulating Core Content Knowledge, introducing Specialized Content Knowledge, and complementing it with discipline-overarching Linked Content Knowledge. They will see opportunities to apply chemical knowledge to their later school students as they grasp analytical chemistry's every-day relevance. Concerning cinnamon there are two forms of cinnamon with notably different coumarin content: cassia is particularly high in coumarin, while Ceylon cinnamon is almost devoid of it.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1515/cti-2021-0005


Preservation Mechanism of Chitosan-Based Coating with Cinnamon Oil for Fruits Storage Based on Sensor Data

In this paper, the preservation mechanism of chitosan coating with cinnamon oil for fruit storage is investigated. Micropores were discovered in the chitosan coating film, according to atomic force microscopy sensor images. The antifungal activity of cinnamon oil can be mainly due to its main persistent trans-cinnamaldehyde content, which rises with increasing the attachment time of oil. Penicillium citrinum and Aspergillus flavus' exosmosis ratios could be improved by increasing the amount of cinnamon oil. According to Morphological results, the wizened mycelium of A. flavus is found around the inhibition zone, rather than in the normal cell, and spore formation has also been reduced. In addition, the testing of gas sensors shows that the chitosan-oil coating could reduce the amount of O2 and increase the level of CO2 in the package of cherry fruit, as well as monitor fruit decay.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/s16071111


Histological, ultrastructural and immunohistochemical studies on the ameliorative role of Cinnamon zeylanicum against high cholesterol diet-induced hypercholesterolemia in the kidney of adult male albino rats

Cholesterol is a key lipid involved in cell membrane development, synthesis of steroid hormones, bile acid, and vitamin D. Many kidney diseases, including the kidneys, are related to elevated cholesterol levels. In albino rats, this research sought to investigate the possibility of reducing the renal toxicity of C. zeylanicum on hypercholesterolemia-induced renal toxicity. Adult male albino rats in Forty were also divided into four groups by four groups. With the same diet, the second group was supplemented with C. zeylanicum powder. HCD was given C. zeylanicum powder by the fourth group. Animals fed HCD supplemented with C. zeylanicum showed significant improvement in the measured histological, ultrastructural, and immunohistochemical changes, on the other hand. C. zeylanicum has a promising role in reducing HCD's nephron-toxicity due to the chemical component that is responsible for the drug's pharmaceutical effects, according to this review.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2022.e10401

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