Biotechnology of lactic acid bacteria : novel applications by Fernanda Mozzi, R?ul R. Raya, Graciela M. Vignolo

By Fernanda Mozzi, R?ul R. Raya, Graciela M. Vignolo

"The publication incorporates a wide selection of themes together with either conventional and novel constructing fields, and gives remarkable, complete details on new advances of genomics, proteomics, metabolism and biodiversity of LAB. Chapters comprise state of the art discussions of particular LAB functions similar to their use as probiotics, dwell vaccines and starter cultures in previous and new fermented items. The safety Read more...

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1. Families and Genera of Lactic Acid Bacteria It is widely recognized that the ability to produce lactic acid from carbohydrates is a characteristic shared among a set of Gram (+) bacteria and has no phylogenetic meaning. On the other side, phylogenetic trees constitute the backbone of modern bacterial systematics so, taxonomically speaking, lactic acid‐forming bacteria are distributed in different lineages: family Bacillaceae (genus Bacillus, Zhou et al. 2013), family Sporolactobacillaceae (genus Sporolactobacillus, Fritze and Claus 1995), family Bifidobacteriaceae (genera Aeriscardovia, Alloscardovia, Bifidobacterium, Gardnerella, Metascardovia, Parascardovia, and Scardovia, Mattarelli et al.

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