Franziska Wohlgemuth

Franziska Wohlgemuth
University of Nottingham | Notts · School of Life Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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Chemical sanitisers are needed for controlling microbial contamination and growth in various settings, including healthcare, domestic settings and the food industry. One promising sanitiser with proposed applications in the food industry is the oxidising sanitiser electrolysed water (EW). For EW applications to be effective, a more in-depth underst...
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Fungi that spoil foods or infect crops can have major socioeconomic impacts, posing threats to food security. The strategies needed to manage these fungi are evolving, given the growing incidence of fungicide resistance, tightening regulations of chemicals use and market trends imposing new food-preservation challenges. For example, alternative met...
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We developed a top-down strategy to characterize an antimicrobial, oxidizing sanitizer, which has diverse proposed applications including surface-sanitization of fresh foods, and with benefits for water resilience. The strategy involved finding quenchers of antimicrobial activity then antimicrobial mode of action, by identifying key chemical reacti...
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Synthetic aromatic polyesters such as polyethylene terephthalate (PET) are degraded by microbial polyester hydrolases at mild reaction conditions compared to chemical processes. PET films were hydrolyzed by the polyester hydrolase TfCut2 from Thermobifida fusca KW3 in an aqueous reaction system contained in an ultrafiltration membrane reactor. The...

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