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Screening and selection of lactic acid bacteria from calves for designing a species-specific probiotic supplement



Screening and selection of lactic acid bacteria from calves for designing a species-specific probiotic supplement



Italian Journal of Animal Science 6(Supplement 1): 350-352



Probiotic supplementation to animal feeds has become a standard practice in the feed industry especially since European Union banned the use of antibiotics as growth promoters. The aim of this study was to isolate and characterize mainly lactic acid bacteria (LAB) from calves, that can be used as feed additive. For this purpose, bacterial strains were recovered from calf faecal samples and characterized using MicroLog" system, 16s rRNA gene sequencing and Riboprinter" system.

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