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Detection of bacteriocins produced through lactic acid microorganism ( LAB ) typical approaches Agar diffusion system

  title={Detection of bacteriocins produced through lactic acid microorganism ( LAB ) typical approaches Agar diffusion system},
  author={Shivani Kashyap},
The supernatant fluid tested inhibitory assignment no longer most powerful in opposition to some lactic acid microorganism but additionally, in opposition to some pathogenic and meals-spoilage species, at the side of Clostridium, Listeria and Enterococcus. It used to be as soon as purified to homogeneity by the use of a single four-step process: a crude supernatant fluid purchased from early stationary-part subculture in MRS medium was once as soon as subjected to ammonium sulphate… 


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