Las biopelículas en la industria de alimentos

  • Diana Paola Navia Universidad del Cauca
  • Héctor Samuel Villada Castillo Universidad del Cauca.
  • Silvio Andres Mosquera Sanchez Universidad del Cauca.
Palabras clave: Biopelícula, Adhesión bacteriana, Procesamiento de alimentos, Sanitizantes.


Algunos microorganismos útiies y bacterias patógenas como por ejemplo

Pseudomonas, Vibrio, Escherichia, Salmonella, Listeria, Streptococcus,

Staphyiococcus, IVIycobacteria, tienen la capacidad de adherirse y crecer

en los alimentos ylo en las superficies que están en contacto con ellos

formando biopeiiculas. Estas son significativamente importantes en el cam¬

po alimentario porque causan serios problemas que dificultan y perjudican

las operaciones y los procesos al generar pérdidas de energía, reducción

del flujo (en tuberías) y transferencia de calor, y taponamiento de poros

de membranas, entre otros. Este documento considera los aspectos bio¬

lógicos y fisicoquímicos relacionados con la formación y desarrollo de las

biopeiiculas, lo cual, unido al desarrollo de metodologías de diagnóstico e

identificación, permitirán desarrollar estrategias que faciliten la prevención

y control de la contaminación en la industria de alimentos para mantener

los sistemas libres de biopeiiculas y favorecer la calidad y seguridad de

los alimentos.


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Biografía del autor/a

Diana Paola Navia, Universidad del Cauca
Ingeniera Agroindustrial, Universidad del Cauca, Facultad Ciencias Agropecuarias, Grupo CYTBIA
Héctor Samuel Villada Castillo, Universidad del Cauca.
Doctor en Ingeniería de Alimentos, Docente Departamento de Agroindustria, Facultad de Ciencias Agropecuarias
Silvio Andres Mosquera Sanchez, Universidad del Cauca.
Ingeniero Industrial de Alimentos. Especialista en 9erencia de Producción. Magíster en Ingeniería. Docente Departamento de Agroindustria, Facultad de Ciencias Agropecuarias.

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Navia, D. P., Villada Castillo, H. S., & Mosquera Sanchez, S. A. (2010). Las biopelículas en la industria de alimentos. Biotecnología En El Sector Agropecuario Y Agroindustrial, 8(2), 118–128. Recuperado a partir de
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