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Preliminary In Vitro Evaluation of the Probiotic Potential of the Bacteriocinogenic Strain Enterococcus lactis PMD74 Isolated from Ezine Cheese
Journal of Food Quality
Ezine cheese is a nonstarter and long-ripened cheese produced in the Mount of Ida region of Çanakkale, Turkey, with a protected designation of origin (PDO) status. The nonstarter fermented foods serve as sources for the isolation of novel strains. The present study aimed to report the novelty of the bacteriocinogenic Enterococcus lactis PMD74 strain and the in vitro assessment of its potential as a probiotic candidate. Additionally, the present study aimed to describe the technological anddoi:10.1155/2019/4693513 fatcat:qnd5o4panncuzljwqlatjiv4ry