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Journal of Society of Cosmetic Chemists of Japan
Antimicrobial activity of 235 natural flavor and fragrance materials was investigated using 4 bacteria and 2 fungi. Antimicrobial activity against bacteria and yeast was defined as percent inhibition of viable cell count after incubation with sample in phosphate buffer for 10min. Antimicrobial activity against mold was defined as percent inhibition of colony area on agar plate containing sample. Two hundred and three samples were very effective against at least one of the six testdoi:10.5107/sccj.21.104 fatcat:jhkfac7ylbavfcuxl2dzmn3z3a