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Occurrence of enterococci in milk and milk products. III. Enterocin typing of deoxyribonuclease positive enterococci and epidemiological significance



Occurrence of enterococci in milk and milk products. III. Enterocin typing of deoxyribonuclease positive enterococci and epidemiological significance



Journal of Food Science and Technology Mysore 27(2): 97-101



Among 224 DNAase positive enterococci recovered from 208 samples of milk and milk products, and 24 non-dairy sources, 83.9% were enterocin typable. Of these, 28 belonged to Streptococcus faecalis var. faecalis, 16 to S. faecalis var. zymogenes, 87 to S. faecalis var. liquefaciens, 51 to S. faecium and 6 to S. durans. 16 enterocin patterns were noticed among S. faecalis and its varieties. Most predominant type was 65-603, followed by 10541 and X-9.

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