Lactobacillus plantarum

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Lac·to·ba·cil·lus plan·ta'r·um

a bacterial species found in dairy products and environments, fermenting plants, silage, sauerkraut, pickled vegetables, spoiled tomato products, sour dough, cow dung, and the human mouth, intestinal tract, and stools.
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Lactobacillus plantarum (L. plantarum) as the dominant type of silage additive has been commonly applied worldwide for decades.
Cinetica de crecimiento de las cepas en leche.--La cinetica de crecimiento en leche de la cepa 5(2), que tuvo un 100% de similaridad a L. plantarum subsp.
This study focuses on the comparative evaluation of the efficacy of L. plantarum isolated from cow milk, and P.
Both results show that the SF21 isolate is L. plantarum with 99% identity.
Among many different strains of LAB (Lactobacillus Bacteria spp), L. plantarum is one of the better organisms for acid conversion, especially for higher pH wines (above 3.4).
Uricase activity of the immobili2ed L. plantarum on Zeolite/[kappa]-Carrageenan membrane.
The environments where L. plantarum can synthetize metabolites with enhanced effects on human health are multiple, including food and gut environment.
Among the inhibitory strains, a calf-derived strain of L. plantarum (isolate B80, herein "Lplant-B80") had optimal properties to be suitable for preclinical dose-dependent studies in animals.
According to [9], using L. plantarum as additives has resulted in the enhancement of the lactic acid fermentation compared to control (no bacterial additives).
In a previous work, we showed the potential of this technique for the microencapsulation of L. plantarum within whey protein concentrate (WPC) capsules [10].