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Antagonism between lactic acid bacteria and coli-aerogenes bacteria. II. Formation of the specific antibiotic substances by lactic acid bacteria.



Antagonism between lactic acid bacteria and coli-aerogenes bacteria. II. Formation of the specific antibiotic substances by lactic acid bacteria.



Schweiz. Milchztg. Wissenschaftl. Beilage Nr. 35, 82: 17, 273-80



By using as culture medium the Seitz-filtrate (pH adjusted to 5.8-6.0) from milk in which lactic acid bacteria had been grown, it could be shown that strains of L. lactis secreted substances inhibitory to the growth of strains of Bact. coli and Bact. aero-genes. The inhibition was not always complete and in some instances, growth proceeded normally after an initial inhibition.

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