Partial Characterisation of Bacteriocins Produced by Bacillus cereus Isolates from Milk and Milk Products

  • Karmen Godi
  • Published 2003


Thirty one (19.2 %) out of 161 Bacillus cereus isolates from raw milk and milk products were found to produce proteinaceous substances which inhibit the growth of other B. cereus isolates. The detection of antibacterial activity depended on medium and method used. Bactericidal activity was detected in 23 (14 %) or 19 (12 %) of the tested strains on the… (More)


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