Adhesion and aggregation ability of probiotic strain Lactobacillus acidophilus M92

  title={Adhesion and aggregation ability of probiotic strain Lactobacillus acidophilus M92},
  author={Bla{\vz}enka Kos and Jagoda {\vS}u{\vs}kovi{\'c} and Snje{\vz}ana Vukovi{\'c} and Miljenko {\vS}impraga and Jadranka Frece and Sre{\'c}ko Mato{\vs}i{\'c}},
  journal={Journal of Applied Microbiology},
Aims: To investigate aggregation and adhesiveness of Lactobacillus acidophilus M92 to porcine ileal epithelial cells in vitro, and the influence of cell surface proteins on autoaggregation and adhesiveness of this strain. 

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