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Rapid test for the qualitative determination of L(+)- and D(-)-lactic acid for the identification of lactic acid bacteria

Rapid test for the qualitative determination of L(+)- and D(-)-lactic acid for the identification of lactic acid bacteria

Milchwissenschaft 37(2): 65-68

Strains of 30 Lactobacillus spp., 3 Leuconostoc spp., 2 Pediococcus spp. and 4 Streptococcus spp. were grown in Rogosa SL medium for 4-6 days, and then heated briefly at 100 deg C to inactivate enzymes.

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