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Studies on detection and count of lactic acid bacteria in fermented milk and acid-milk drink. II. Quality of culture media for examination of lactic bacteria and results of examination of products on sale.



Studies on detection and count of lactic acid bacteria in fermented milk and acid-milk drink. II. Quality of culture media for examination of lactic bacteria and results of examination of products on sale.



J. Jap. vet. med. Ass 12(4): 154-58



The numbers and types of lactic acid bacteria in 10 samples of milk products on sale in Japan were determined and results are tabulated and discussed with reference to the starter used.

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