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In vitro and in vivo evaluation of prebiotic potential of pectin on vaginal lactobacilli
Journal of Applied Biology & Biotechnology
Lactobacilli are predominant microorganism in vaginal ecology and provide protection against pathogens. The present study was aimed to evaluate the in vitro and in vivo prebiotic effect of pectin on vaginal lactobacilli. The effect of pectin concentration on growth of Lactobacilli casei (LC) and Lactobacilli fermentum (LF) was studied by measuring change in pH, optical density, titratable acidity, and dry mass after 48 h of incubation. The antimicrobial effect against pathogenic Escherichiadoi:10.7324/jabb.2021.100113 fatcat:d6zpav6ttzcuvlo5pbl4tuvhki