An Analytical Approach on Enzymatic Degradation of Biochemical Components by Isolated Food Contaminant Pathogens from Sugarcane Juice of Street Salesman

DOI: 10.18805/ajdfr.DR-1552    | Article Id: DR-1552 | Page : 45-54
Citation :- An Analytical Approach on Enzymatic Degradation of Biochemical Components by Isolated Food Contaminant Pathogens from Sugarcane Juice of Street Salesman.Asian Journal of Dairy and Food Research.2021.(40):45-54
A.P. Chowdhury, A. Das, R.R. Singh, H. Goswami, M.P. Bhuyan avranu132@gmail.com
Address : Microbiology, Department of Botany, Gauhati University, Guwahati-781 014, Assam, India.
Submitted Date : 4-07-2020
Accepted Date : 21-11-2020


Background: Sugarcane is an important agro-industrial crop as a worldwide manufacturing plant. Scientifically it is the so-called Saccharum officinarum. Sugarcane juice is dark brown golden in color with medium flavor intensity contains caramel, butterscotch and green flavor and sucrose hydrolyzed to an equimolar mixture of glucose and fructose providing instant energy transported by fluid thermodynamics. The expected research based on a new implementation of harmful pathogens against roadside sellers of sugarcane juices. The work is currently reviewed and renewed for automated analysis techniques with verified street juice samples at Guwahati city in Assam. Following spring to summer seasons, the favorite juice to people of all ages in India is supposed to health-threatening for public health concerns. Respective doctors and Practitioner carry out their treatment against this pathogen along with antibiotic supplements unknowingly the etiological source about UTI or GI tract infections. 
Methods: Here researchers finding (Chowdhury et al., 2019) are to analyze and categorize the biochemical fermentation activities of pathogens with significant enzyme degrading analyzed from sugarcane juice against gut acting probiotics, responsible for food toxicity and intestinal disorder. Diagnostic microbial activities in well diffusion studies are followed by automated analysis for significant provoking of health status.
Result: Epidemiological studies were concerned to identify risk factors through the comparison of incidence and prevalence between groups exposed and not exposed to risk factors. Probabilities of disease occurrence can be compared using measures of strength of association or potential impact. The studies are compared with the graph and its data implementations to find out the significant level for beneficial sources.


Automated analysis Biochemical degradations McFarland scale Test organisms Well diffusion


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