At low concentrations and at regulatory levels set by authorities, we could see that the lactic acid bacteria are more susceptible to the antibiotics than the pathogens are," senior author and University of Copenhagen researcher Hanne Ingmer said in a statement Tuesday.
What does LAB stand for?
LAB stands for Lactic Acid Bacteria
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In experiments with mice, the researchers succeeded in demonstrating that lactocepin - an enzyme produced by certain lactic acid bacteria - selectively degrades inflammatory mediators in diseased tissue.
The goal is to introduce lactic acid bacteria to advanced students, but also summarize current research for practicing microbiologists, food scientists, nutritionists, clinicians, and regulators.
In particular, the present invention relates to novel lactic acid bacteria belonging to the genus Weissella, which can inhibit the proliferation of anaerobic bacteria producing volatile sulfur compounds by interacting with them and generating hydrogen peroxide under aerobic and anaerobic conditions.
Hansen's Genomics & Strain Development Department will use the new sequence along with the extensive database of existing lactic acid bacteria genomic sequences and metabolic reconstructions in Integrated Genomics' ERGO bioinformatics system to characterize and develop lactic acid bacteria for use in foods and other human health products.
Details of the research will be presented at the 2006 Annual Meeting of the Japan Society for Lactic Acid Bacteria, to be held in Osaka on July 6-7.
99 Hardcover QR121 Dairy probiotics are a group of micro-organisms, including lactic acid bacteria and probiotic gut flora, that are increasingly recognized as playing a vital role in the maintenance of health as well as contributing to the microbiology of many fermented dairy products.