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Studies on the distribution and properties of lactic acid bacteria in cow's milk in Japan. III. Characteristics of proteo-lytic enzymes produced by some lactic acid bacteria.



Studies on the distribution and properties of lactic acid bacteria in cow's milk in Japan. III. Characteristics of proteo-lytic enzymes produced by some lactic acid bacteria.



Jap. J. zootech. Sci 30(1): 7-10



The proteolytic enzymes produced by 2 strains of L. casei, types T-32 and T-126, and L. bulgaricus type T-129 were endocellular but Str. lactis type T-83 produced an extracellular enzyme with an optimum pH of about 7.0.

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