Effect of high pressure gaseous carbon dioxide on the germination of bacterial spores.

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Effect of high pressure gaseous carbon dioxide treatment (HGCT) at 6.5 MPa, 35 degrees C on the germination of bacterial spores was investigated. Germination of bacterial spores was estimated by the decrease of heat tolerance. Approximately, 40% of Bacillus coagulans and 70% of Bacillus licheniformis were germinated by HGCT for 120 min at 35 degrees C… (More)

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