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Cellulose synthesis by Komagataeibacter rhaeticus strain P 1463 isolated from Kombucha
- P. Semjonovs, M. Ruklisha, +7 authors I. Cleenwerck
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology
- 1 February 2017
The capacity of K. rhaeticus strain P 1463 to synthesise BC was found to be much higher than that of two reference strains for cellulose production, Komagataeibacter xylinus DSM 46604 and KomagATAeibacteria hansenii DSM 5602T, and was also considerably higher than the strain isolated from another Kombucha sample. Expand
Evaluation of novel lactose-positive and exopolysaccharide-producing strain of Pediococcus pentosaceus for fermented foods
The present study confirmed the presence of lactose-positive and exopolysaccharide-producing strain of P. pentosaceus in natural environment which could be used as a starter culture to impart more functional attributes to fermented food. Expand
Current evidence on physiological activity and expected health effects of kombucha fermented beverage.
The aim of this review is to give an overview of the recent studies in search of experimental confirmation of the numerous KT health-promoting aspects cited previously, and suggest that it is suitable for prevention against broad-spectrum metabolic and infective disorders. Expand
Characterisation of films and nanopaper obtained from cellulose synthesised by acetic acid bacteria.
It was concluded that BC is an excellent source for easily obtainable, highly crystalline and strong nanofibers. Expand
The use of exopolysaccharide-producing cultures of lactic acid bacteria to improve the functional value of fermented foods
Potential of Exopolysaccharides in Yoghurt Production
Consumer demand for products with low fat or sugar content and low levels of food additives, as well as cost factors, make exopolysaccharides (EPS) a viable alternative. EPS remain an interesting… Expand
The influence of fermentation temperature on the development of exopolysaccharides in yoghurt production.
There isn’t established the correlation between the amount of EPS and CFU of LAB in samples fermented at different temperatur es, but there is found stable CFU concentration in samples with higher initial EPS concentration during the shelf-life of yoghurt. Expand
An Influence of Fructan Containing Concentrate from Jerusalem Artichoke Tubers on the Development of Probiotic Dairy Starters on Milk and Oat-based Substrates
JAC is suggested to be perspective prebiotic additive for fermented synbiotic milks or oat-hydrolysate-based products and strain-specific responses of the general yogurt cultures, as well as probiotics to be considered to achieve optimal composition of probiotic strains and conformable fermentation conditions. Expand
The effect of probiotics on the genotoxicity of furazolidone.
- J. Raipulis, M. Toma, P. Semjonovs
- Biology, Medicine
- International journal of food microbiology
- 25 July 2005
Genotoxicity inhibition was found for all strains of the examined bacteria belonging to three genera, and the highest genot toxicity inhibition was detected for Bifidobacterium lactis Bb-12 and Lactobacillus acidophilus T20. Expand
The influence of stevia glycosides on the growth of Lactobacillus reuteri strains
- I. Deniņa, P. Semjonovs, A. Fomina, R. Treimane, R. Linde
- Biology, Medicine
- Letters in applied microbiology
- 1 March 2014
Evaluated strains of Lactobacillus reuteri found the inhibitory effect of stevia glycosides was strain specific, and the concentration‐dependent effect was not observed for all parameters, but the most pronounced concentration‐ dependent effect was on lactic and acetic acid production. Expand