V. A. Filippov

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Lactic bacilli of 15 species were divided into 78 bacteriocin types by their sensitivity spectra with respect to the main set of the bacteriocinogenic strains. L. acidophilus-L. salivarious, L. jugurti, L. casei, L. plantarum, L. fermentum, L. brevis, L. buchneri, L. helveticus, L. lactis and L. leichmannii were used in the study. The cultures were divided(More)
Sensitivity of 84 cultures of L. fermenti, 43 cultures of L. brevis, 13 cultures of L. buchneri and 2 cultures of L. cellobiosus to the effect of 39 types of bacteriocins produced by various species of lactobacilli was studied with the method of delayed antagonism. All the cultures of L. brevis, L. buchneri and L. cellobiosus and 65.5 per cent of the(More)
One hundred and forty cultures of L. fermenti, L. brevis, and L. buchneri were tested by the method of delayed antagonism for sensitivity to 39 bacteriocins produced by lactobacillus strains of different species. According to their bacteriocin sensitivity patterns, 84 L. fermenti, 43 L. brevis and 13 L. buchneri cultures were differentiated into 26, 18 and(More)
Sensitivity of 588 strains of Lactobacilli belonging to 15 species was studied with respect to 39 bacteriocinogenic strains of Lactobacilli producing 39 variants of bacteriocins. The study provided a set of 20 indicator strains of Lactobacilli. With the use of this set it is possible to mark Lactobacilli of various species and differentiate them into 39(More)
Morphology of the growth inhibition zones of Lactobacilli indicator strains, as well as cellophane diffusion, thermostability, sensitivity to bacterial proteases, trypsin, chemotrypsin, pepsin, papain, nucleases and lysosyme of 3 bacteriocins produced by L. casei and 2 bacteriocins produced by L. plantarum was studied. By differences in their properties the(More)