Karides Atıklarından Elde Edilen Kitosan Biyopolimerinin Yünlü Kumaşların Antibakteriyel Özellikleri Üzerine Etkisi

Bu çalışmada Türkiye'de avcılığı yapılan derin su pembe karidesi (Parapenaeous longirostris) kabuklarından kimyasal yöntem kullanılarak kitosan biyopolimeri elde edilmiştir. Üretilen kitosanın biyopolimeri antibakteriyel özellikler kazandırmak için 3 farklı konsantrasyonda dokunmuş yünlü kumaşlara daldırma metodu ile uygulanmıştır. AATCC-100 standardına göre yünlü kumaşa gerçekleştirilen antibakteriyel aktivite testinin sonuçlarına göre kitosan biyopolimeri uygulanmış kumaşta K.pneumoniae ve S.aureus bakterilerine karşı %99'un üzerinde aktivite elde edilmiştir. Sonuçlar, Türkiye'de değerlendirilemeyen ve atık olarak ayrılan karides kabuklarının tekstilde de kullanılabilecek antibakteriyel polimere dönüştürülmesi ile kullanılabileceğini göstermiştir

Effect of Chitosan Biopolymer Obtained from Shrimp Wastes on Antibacterial Properties of Woolen Fabrics

In this study, chitosan biopolymers were obtained by chemical method from the deep water pink shrimp (Parapenaeous longirostris) shells in Turkey. The biopolymer of the produced chitosan was applied by immersion in woven woven fabrics at 3 different concentrations to give antibacterial properties. According to the results of the antibacterial activity test performed on the woolen fabric according to the AATCC-100 standard, over 99% of the activity against bacterial strains of K.pneumoniae and S.aureus was obtained in the fabric subjected to chitosan biopolymerization. The results show that shrimp shells, which can not be assessed in Turkey and separated as waste, can be used by converting them into antibacterial polymers that can also be used on textiles

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