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In in vivo study on 24 weaned piglets (8 per group), the survival rates of human isolates Lactobacillus gasseri K7 and LF221 were quantified by selective enumeration on MRS agar with rifampicin, and the presence of both strains in intestinal mucosa was examined. Faeces from individual animals were analysed for the number (cfu/g) of coliforms, lactobacilli,(More)
Being a human isolate and bacterocin producer with wide antimicrobial spectrum, Lactobacillus acidophilus LF221 fulfills preliminary conditions as a potential probiotic strain. To investigate the LF221 strain with respect to its persistence in complex ecosystems, viable LF221 cells were orally administered to laboratory animals (mice and piglets) and added(More)
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