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Table 2 Examples of antimicrobial substances showing dual antimicrobial inhibition with nisin

From: Bacteriocins from lactic acid bacteria: purification strategies and applications in food and medical industries: a review

Antimicrobial substance Target organism(s) Substrate References
Organic compound
Diacetyl Enterobacter sakazakii Broth S. Y. Lee et al. [81]
  L. monocytogenes, Saline O'Bryan et al. [101]
Essential oil
Grape seed extract L. monocytogenes Cooked shrimp Zhao et al. [160]
Green tea extract L. monocytogenes Mixed fruit and vegetable smoothie Casco et al. [25]
Carvacrol L. monocytogenes Bologna sausage Churklam et al. [32]
Oregano lactic acid bacteria Grass carp Zhang et al. [159]
Perilla frutescense S. aureus, E. coli, S. enteritidis, and P. tolaasii Strawberry Wang et al. [149]
Organic acids
Citric acid L. monocytogenes King oyster mushrooms Yoon et al. [156]
Potassium sorbate E. coli O157:H7 Strawberry puree Santos et al. [129]
Lactic acid E. coli O157:H7 Enoki mushrooms Yoon et al. [156]
Chelating agents
EDTA Salmonella Özdemir et al. [108]
  Salmonella Typhimurium Yüksel et al. [157]
Other bacteriocins
Buforin I B. subtilis, S. epidermidis, and A. oryzae Roshanak et al. [126]
Pediocin L. monocytogenes, Vegetables Bari et al. [11]
Lactocin AL705 Listeria innocua 7 Broth and a hard cheese Verdi et al. [148]
Lactoferrin L. monocytogenes, E. coli Broth Murdock et al. [96]
Endolysin L. monocytogenes Queso Fresco Ibarra-Sánchez et al. [67]