Genomic Insights of Weissella jogaejeotgali FOL01T Reveals Its Food Fermentation Ability and Human Gut Adaptive Potential for Probiotic Applications in Food Industries.

@article{Ku2017GenomicIO,
  title={Genomic Insights of Weissella jogaejeotgali FOL01T Reveals Its Food Fermentation Ability and Human Gut Adaptive Potential for Probiotic Applications in Food Industries.},
  author={Hye-Jin Ku and You-Tae Kim and Ju-Hoon Lee},
  journal={Journal of microbiology and biotechnology},
  year={2017},
  volume={27 5},
  pages={
          943-946
        }
}
  • Hye-Jin Ku, You-Tae Kim, Ju-Hoon Lee
  • Published 2017
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of microbiology and biotechnology
  • Although the genus Leuconostoc, generally found in various fermented foods, has often been suggested to be a novel probiotic for food fermentation and health promotion, the strains in this genus showed low acid tolerance and low osmotic stress resistance activities, which are required for survival during food fermentation events. Recently, a novel species of Weissella, W. jogaejeotgali FOL01T (= KCCM 43128 = JCM 30580), was isolated from Korean fermented clams. To determine the genomic features… CONTINUE READING
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