Removal of 3-methylindole by lactic acid bacteria in vitro

@inproceedings{Meng2013RemovalO3,
  title={Removal of 3-methylindole by lactic acid bacteria in vitro},
  author={Xiao X. Meng and HE ZHI-FEI and Hongjun Li and Xin Zhao},
  booktitle={Experimental and therapeutic medicine},
  year={2013}
}
3-Methylindole (3MI) is a substance with an unpleasant odor that is found in intact male pigs and is known to negatively affect consumers of pork. The growth of four strains of lactic acid bacteria [Lactobacillus brevis 1.12 (L. brevis 1.12), L. plantarum 102, L. casei 6103 and L. plantarum ATCC8014] in incubation medium with 3MI was studied. The four strains were tested for their ability to remove 3MI from the medium. The growth of L. brevis 1.12 remained steady as the levels of 3MI increased… CONTINUE READING

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