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  • a Institut des Régions Arides de Médenine, Médenine, Tunisia
  • | b Université de Gabes, Gabes, Tunisia
  • | c Université de Lyon, Technopole Alimentec-rue Henri de Boissieu, Bourg en Bresse F-01000, France
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The aim of this study was to evaluate the antimicrobial activity of camel caseins and their hydrolysates by gastrointestinal proteolytic enzymes against 3 Gram-positive and 2 Gram-negative bacterial strains. Camel caseins (CN) were hydrolysed by successive action of pepsin and pancreatin. Hydrolysis of CN was checked by electrophoresis and gel filtration chromatography (GFC). Both techniques showed that CN was hydrolysed into peptides. Among the tested bacteria, a decrease of 19.3%±0.02 of E. coli XL1 blue cells growth was observed in the presence of undigested camel casein at a concentration of 20 mg ml−1. After successive hydrolyses by pepsin and pancreatin, camel milk casein hydrolysates still exhibited anti-bacterial activity against E. coli XL1 blue strain (19.73±0.01% growth inhibition under the same conditions). Gram-positive strain growth was not affected by intact camel CN, while, at the same concentration (20 mg ml–1), their hydrolysates slightly inhibited the growth of these bacteria. This suggests that antibacterial peptidic fragments of caseins were generated by pepsin and pancreatin.

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