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Lactobacilli and bifidobacteria lectins as possible signal molecules regulating intra- and inter-population bacteria-bacteria and host-bacteria relationships. Part 1. Methods of bacterial lectin isolation, physico-chemical characterization and some biological activity investigation



Lactobacilli and bifidobacteria lectins as possible signal molecules regulating intra- and inter-population bacteria-bacteria and host-bacteria relationships. Part 1. Methods of bacterial lectin isolation, physico-chemical characterization and some biological activity investigation



Microbial Ecology in Health and Disease 18(1): 55-60



Lectins (natural or artificial nonimmunoglobulin origin proteins/glycoproteins) are able to bind noncovalently with carbohydrate targets. Lectins and lectin-like substances of lactobacilli (L. acidophilus K3III24; 100ash; NK1; L. plantarum 8RA3) and bifidobacteria (B. adolescentis MC42; B gallinarum, B. bifidum 1) have been investigated. Bacteria were grown in semi-anaerobic conditions in a casein-yeast broth.

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