Influence of the suspension media on the thermal treatment of mesophilic lactococcal bacteriophages.

@inproceedings{Atamer2010InfluenceOT,
  title={Influence of the suspension media on the thermal treatment of mesophilic lactococcal bacteriophages.},
  author={Zeynep Atamer and Jochen Dietrich and Horst Neve and Knut J. Heller and Joerg Hinrichs},
  year={2010}
}
The thermal resistances of the Lactococcus lactis phages P008 (a heat-sensitive wide-spread phage) and P680 (a heat-resistant phage) suspended in milk and in solutions supplemented with milk components were studied to elucidate the protective role of milk on phage inactivation. For both phages a decrease of inactivation was observed in casein solution. Furthermore, the inactivation kinetics of the phages in whey, in whey cream (3.5%, 20%, 30% fat) and in whey protein concentrate (0.7%, 5%, 10… CONTINUE READING

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