Advances in Nutrition & Food Science Identification of Bifidobacterium Animalis Ssp. Lactis from Egyptian Women Breast Milk and Feces of Breast Fed Infant Based On 16S-23S rRNA Gene

@inproceedings{Awaad2017AdvancesIN,
  title={Advances in Nutrition \& Food Science Identification of Bifidobacterium Animalis Ssp. Lactis from Egyptian Women Breast Milk and Feces of Breast Fed Infant Based On 16S-23S rRNA Gene},
  author={Ali Maged Ali Awaad and M. M. Tohamy and Ali El-Refy and Fawzy A. El-Feky and Ahmed I Ismail},
  year={2017}
}
Bifidobacterium represent one of the major genera of the intestinal tract of human and animals used as probiotics in dairy and nondairy foods for restore the intestinal microflora which confers a health benefit. The identification of Bifidobacterium by phenotypic features is commonly unreliable, time, money, and effort consuming. We sought to improve the Bifidobacterium identification method based on molecular level to identify probiotic bacteria in complex microbial communities. The… 

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