Atypical citrate-fermenting Lactococcus lactis strains isolated from dromedary's milk.

@article{Drici2010AtypicalCL,
  title={Atypical citrate-fermenting Lactococcus lactis strains isolated from dromedary's milk.},
  author={H Drici and Chris Gilbert and M. El Kihal and Dani{\'e}le Atlan},
  journal={Journal of applied microbiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={108 2},
  pages={647-57}
}
AIM The aim was to isolate and characterize Lactococcus strains with new properties compared to those of usual Lactococcus dairy starters derived from cow's milk. METHODS AND RESULTS Algerian dromedary's milk was screened for proteolytic isolates able to grow rapidly on agar milk medium. PCR experiments revealed that 74 proteolytic isolates belonged to the genus Lactococcus and harboured the prtP gene encoding the lactococcal cell-surface proteinase. Among these, 85% were able to ferment… CONTINUE READING
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