CHARACTERIZATION OF TETRAGENOCOCCUS HALOPHILUS FROM VIETNAMESE FISH SAUCE
Keywords:fish sauce, Tetragenococcus halophilus, aminopeptidase activity, volatile compound
The intracellular aminopeptidase activities and volatile compound profile of isolated halophilic lactic acid bacteria Tetragenococcus halophilus was investigated. Tetragenococcus halophilus CH2-4 and CH6-2 exhibited highest aminopeptidase activities 2.2 U/mL toward Glutamic-pNA. Meanwhile T. halophilus CH6-1 and V7-2 showed highest aminopeptidase activities 1.4 U/mL toward Leucine-pNA. The total 19 volatile compounds, including esters, alcohols, ketones, phenols, hydrocarbons and sulfur containing compounds were detected in fish broth inoculated with T. halophilus.T. halophilus CH6-2 produced most volatile compounds, 10/19 detected ones in this study.
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