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Bioactive Compounds / Food Microbiology

Microbiol. Biotechnol. Lett. 2020; 48(4): 455-462

https://doi.org/10.48022/mbl.2005.05005

Received: May 11, 2020; Accepted: August 28, 2020

중금속 흡착능 Leuconostoc mesenteroides CJNU 0705 균주를 활용한 피부 건강기능성 소재 개발

Development of Skin Health Promoting Materials Using Leuconostoc mesenteroides

Han Min-Hui and Moon Gi-Seong*

Major of Biotechnology, Korea National University of Transportation, Jeungpyeong 27909, Republic of Korea

Correspondence to :
Moon  Gi-Seong,   gsmoon@ut.ac.kr

Leuconostoc mesenteroides CJNU 0705 was isolated from a breast milk sample and identified by 16S rRNA gene sequencing and confirmed by its ability to produce dextran from tryptic soy agar plates supplemented with 2% sucrose. This strain can absorb various heavy metals including lead (Pb) and cadmium (Cd) which are both found in fine dust and have been shown to be harmful to human skin. In addition, Leu. mesenteroides CJNU 0705 has demonstrated antimicrobial activity against Propionibacterium acnes, the primary causative agent of acne. Given these traits it was natural to evaluate the use of this strain in the fermentation of several natural extracts from green tea, carrot, annual wormwood, parsley, broccoli, and corn silk, which are known to improve skin health, to see if it could increase their dextran content when supplemented with no sucrose, 2% sucrose, or 2% sucrose and 3% yeast extract. The extracts supplemented with both yeast and sucrose were found to produce the most dextran, which was confirmed by the scanning electron microscope (SEM) images. These results suggest that Leu. mesenteroides CJNU 0705 and its fermented natural extracts could be used as functional materials for improving human skin health.

Keywords: Leuconostoc mesenteroides, breast milk, heavy metal, dextran, Propionibacterium acnes

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