Casein and Banana Peel-Loaded Bacterial-Resistant Surgical Textiles

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https://doi.org/10.14502/tekstilec.66.2023020

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banana peel, casein, antibacterial resistance, colony-forming units, natural agents

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Today, the need for fabrics that resist the growth of microorganisms is rising rapidly, as bacteria and other microbes are resistant to any clean room environment. In particular, health care and hygiene textile products must be more bacterial resistant. This study thus concentrated on developing antibacterial surgical textile products using eco-friendly material, such as casein and banana peel, which were used to coat fabric using cyclodextrin as a cross-linking agent. In this research work, fabric was treated with banana peel, casein, and a combination of banana peel and casein, without cyclodextrin, while cyclodextrin-loaded fabric treated samples were tested for antimicrobial resistance (AATCC100-2004). The treated samples initially studied using FTIR showed a peak point at 3,278.99 cm-1, which infers the presence of an O-H group for banana peel extract, and at 3,340.71 cm-1, which infers the presence of an N-H group for casein. Antimicrobial tests against E. coli showed a bacterial reduction of 81.44%, while a reduction of 52.80% was recorded for S. aureus. An analysis of untreated and treated samples showed that treatment with extracts of an agent through the pad-dry-cure process did not have a significant effect on the tensile and air permeability characteristics of the samples.

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2023-10-06

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Saravanan, M. (2023). Casein and Banana Peel-Loaded Bacterial-Resistant Surgical Textiles. Tekstilec, 66, 252-262. https://doi.org/10.14502/tekstilec.66.2023020

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