Jenseniin G, a heat-stable bacteriocin produced by Propionibacterium jensenii P126.

@article{Grinstead1992JenseniinGA,
  title={Jenseniin G, a heat-stable bacteriocin produced by Propionibacterium jensenii P126.},
  author={D A Grinstead and Susan F Barefoot},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={1992},
  volume={58 1},
  pages={215-20}
}
The genus Propionibacterium includes cutaneous species typically found on human skin and the dairy or classical species (Propionibacterium freudenreichii, P. jensenii, P. thoenii, and P. acidipropionici) used industrially for the production of Swiss cheese and propionic acid. Grinstead (1989, M.S. thesis, Iowa State University, Ames) has previously observed that some dairy propionibacteria inhibit other species in the classical grouping. We further investigated the inhibitor(s) produced by P… CONTINUE READING

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