+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Studies on lipolysis of dairy lactic acid bacteria: I. On the lipolytic actions of cell suspensions of lactic acid bacteria upon various fats



Studies on lipolysis of dairy lactic acid bacteria: I. On the lipolytic actions of cell suspensions of lactic acid bacteria upon various fats



Nippon Nogeikagaku Kaishi 41(11): 585-591



Twelve strains of dairy lactic acid bacteria were used in these experiments, and their lipolytic actions were detected qualitatively on the agar plates in which the pigment-stained fats had been suspended. It was found of these strains that 4 strains of Lactobacillus, 2 of Streptococcus, and 1 of Leuconostoc changed colors of Nile blue-stained fats very weakly. When tributyrin was suspended on the plates, clear rings appeared around colonies of all strains. Eight strains were grown at appropriate temperatures for 48 hr. These cells were washed with phosphate buffer after harvesting, and suspended in the buffer. Tributyrin, butterfat and olive oil were used as fat emulsions. Liberated acids were titrated with N/50 NaOH after shaking the reaction mixtures at 37[degree]C for a given times. The amounts of titratable acids liberated from tributyrin emulsion by these cells were much than those from the other 2 emulsions. The cell suspension of Micrococcus luteus formed more remarkable amounts of acids than the other strains. All strains liberated titratable acids from3 fat emulsions.

Please choose payment method:






(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 025562309

Download citation: RISBibTeXText


Related references

Lipolytic activity of dairy lactic acid bacteria. I. Lipolytic action of cell suspensions of lactic acid bacteria on various fats. J. agric. chem. Soc, Japan, 41: 11, 585-91, 1967

Studies on lipolysis of dairy lactic acid bacteria. II. On the lipolytic activities of cell-free extracts of lactic acid bacteria. Agric. biol. Chem, 32: 11, 1311-17, 1968

Studies on lipolysis of dairy lactic acid bacteria ii on the lipolytic activities of cell free extracts of lactic acid bacteria lactobacillus casei lactobacillus plantarum lactobacillus helveticus streptococcus diacetilactis tributyrin butter fat olive d oil inst gas liquid chromatography. Agricultural & Biological Chemistry: 1311-1317, 1968

Studies on lipolysis in lactic acid bacteria used in the cheese industry: Part. I. Lipolytic activity in lactic acid bacteria. Journal of Rakuno Gakuen University Natural Science 16(1): 65-72, 1991

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, 1969

Studies on the Proteolytic Action of Dairy Lactic Acid Bacteria Part VIII. Bactericidal Actions of Sterilants and the Growth of Lactic Acid Bacteria in Milk. Journal of the Agricultural Chemical Society of Japan 43(9): 648-653, 1969

Studies on lipolysis in lactic acid bacteria used in the cheese industry: Part II. The degradation of butterfat by cell-free extracts of lactic acid bacteria. Journal of Rakuno Gakuen University Natural Science 16(1): 73-77, 1991

Studies on the proteolytic action of dairy lactic acid bacteria. XII. Significant contribution of intracellular pro-tease of lactic acid bacteria to the casein hydrolysis in cheese ripening. Milchwissenschaft. 27: 7, 417-422, 1972

Investigation of the ability of dairy nonstarter lactic acid bacteria to grow using cell lysates of other lactic acid bacteria as the exclusive source of nutrients. International Journal of Dairy Technology 67(3): 342-347, 2014

Studies on production of flavour constituents by various lactic acid bacteria. I. Effect of milk fat on formation of lactic acid, non-protein nitrogen, amino nitrogen and free volatile fatty acid by various lactic acid bacteria. Japanese Journal of Dairy Science 23(6): A195-A202, 1974

Studies on Lipolysis of Dairy Lactic Acid Bacteria. Journal of the Agricultural Chemical Society of Japan 41(11): 585-591, 1967

Studies on Lipolysis of Dairy Lactic Acid Bacteria. Agricultural and Biological Chemistry 32(11): 1311-1317, 1968

The formation of volatile fatty acids by lactic acid bacteria. II. Lipolytic activities of lactic bacteria for starter use and bacterial strains isolated from commercial cheeses. Jap. J. zootech. Sci, 35: 3, 173-77, 1964

Studies on the dairy lactic acid bacteria. IV. Hetero-lactic-acid-fermenting streptococci isolated from starters and dairy products. Bull. nat. Inst. agric. Sci, Japan, 28: 3, 43-49, 1953

Studies on the distribution and properties of lactic acid bacteria in cow's milk in Japan. VII. Acid-producing capacity and acidoduric property of lactic acid bacteria.. Jap. J. zootech. Sci, 30: 3, 134-37, 1959