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Studies on the proteolytic action of dairy lactic acid bacteria. VIII. Bactericidal actions of sterilants and the growth of lactic acid bacteria in milk



Studies on the proteolytic action of dairy lactic acid bacteria. VIII. Bactericidal actions of sterilants and the growth of lactic acid bacteria in milk



J. agric, chem. Soc, Japan. 43(9): 648-58



Fresh raw milk was heated at 63 degrees C for 30 min, 100 degrees C for 30 min, or 120 degrees C for 15 min, or treated with 0.25% beta -propiolactone (BPL) at 35 degrees C for 3 h or with 0.75% H2O2 at 50 degrees C for 30 min No viable cells were found in the milk after heating at 120 degrees C for 15 min, or treating with B PL or H2O2. Heating at 120 degrees C for 15 min or BPL treatment prolonged the milk coagulation time by rennet, but H2O2 treatment did so only slightly.

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