Discovering lactic acid bacteria by genomics

@article{Klaenhammer2002DiscoveringLA,
  title={Discovering lactic acid bacteria by genomics},
  author={Todd R. Klaenhammer and Eric Altermann and Fabrizio Arigoni and Alexander A Bolotin and Fred Breidt and Jeffrey Broadbent and Raul Cano and St{\'e}phane Chaillou and Josef Deutscher and Mike J Gasson and Maarten van de Guchte and Jean Guzzo and A. Hartke and Trevor Hawkins and Pascal Hols and Robert L Hutkins and Michiel Kleerebezem and Jan Kok and James Steele and Daniel O'Sullivan and Willem M. de Vos and Bart E Weimer and Monique Zagorec and Roland S. Siezen},
  journal={Antonie van Leeuwenhoek},
  year={2002},
  volume={82},
  pages={29-58}
}
This review summarizes a collection of lactic acid bacteria that are now undergoing genomic sequencing and analysis. Summaries are presented on twenty different species, with each overview discussing the organisms fundamental and practical significance, nvironmental habitat, and its role in fermentation, bioprocessing, or probiotics. For those projects where genome sequence data were available by March 2002, summaries include a listing of key statistics and interesting genomic features. These… CONTINUE READING

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