bacteriocinogenic

bacteriocinogenic

/bac·te·ri·o·cin·o·gen·ic/ (bak-tēr″e-o-sin″ah-jen´ik) giving rise to bacteriocin; denoting bacterial plasmids that synthesize bacteriocin.

bacteriocinogenic

[baktir′ē·əsin′əjen′ik]
pertaining to an organism capable of producing bacteriocins.
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Effects of lactic acid bacteria with bacteriocinogenic potential on the fermentation profile and chemical composition of alfalfa silage in tropical conditions.
Favaro L, Barretto Penna AL, Todorov SD (2015) Bacteriocinogenic LAB from cheeses--Application in biopreservation?
It can be concluded that bacteriocinogenic LAB from red meat can be helpful as antibacterial agent against food-borne bacterial pathogens.
Molecular genetic study of potentially bacteriocinogenic clinical and dairy Enterococcus spp.
Possible applications of bacteriocinogenic strains in agriculture include their use in biological control of soil borne or phyllosphere inhabiting bacterial plant pathogens on heterologous production of the bacteriocin trifolitoxin by an avirulent agrobacterium strain which effectively enhanced biological control of Agrobacterium vitis crown gall.
Isolation of bacteriocinogenic Lactobacillus plantarum strains from ben saalga, a traditional fermented gruel from Burkina Faso.
Bacteriocinogenic Lactobacillus plantarum ST16Pa isolated from papaya (Carica papaya)--From isolation to application: Characterization of a bacteriocin.
Screening of all the bacterial isolates for their bacteriocinogenic potential revealed that most of the isolates had the ability to produce bacteriocin and some of them were found to be very efficient bacteriocin producing strains.
So, Canadian scientists isolated bacteriocinogenic strains of LAB from plants.
Bacteriocinogenic lactic acid for the biopreservation of meat and products.