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African Journal of Food Science
Recently, increasing attention has been paid on Leuconostoc lactis as a promising bioactive organism against food-borne and spoilage bacteria. A total of nine strains, including six different species of the genus Lactobacillus and three species of the genus Leuconostoc, were isolated from chicken carcasses (n=60) collected from wholesale poultry markets located at Al-Riyadh city, Saudi Arabia in 2016 and identified by API 50 CHL assays. L. lactis isolates were resistant to bile salts anddoi:10.5897/ajfs2017.1627 fatcat:5g7fhiuu6neqvjxrpkn3cexmay