PROTEIN PROFILE CHANGES IN ACID ADAPTED LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES EXHIBITING CROSS‐PROTECTION AGAINST AN ACTIVATED LACTOPEROXIDASE SYSTEM IN TRYPTIC SOY BROTH

@inproceedings{Ravishankar2000PROTEINPC,
  title={PROTEIN PROFILE CHANGES IN ACID ADAPTED LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES EXHIBITING CROSS‐PROTECTION AGAINST AN ACTIVATED LACTOPEROXIDASE SYSTEM IN TRYPTIC SOY BROTH},
  author={Sadhana Ravishankar and Mark A. Harrison and Louise Wicker},
  year={2000}
}
Foodborne pathogens often tolerate and survive environmental stress conditions including extreme acidity to varying degrees. One possible reason for this survival may be the production of protective stress proteins during acid shock (ASR) and/or tolerance (ATR) responses. The ASR and ATR of Listeria monocytogenes strains V7, V37 and CA in tryptic soy broth without dextrose acidified with lactic acid were studied. Possible cross-protection of acid adapted cells against an activated… CONTINUE READING

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