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Development of Probiotic Dairy Product for the Normalization of Microbial Flora in Korean Infants
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 Title & Authors
Development of Probiotic Dairy Product for the Normalization of Microbial Flora in Korean Infants
Kim, Min-Kyung; Choi, A-Ri; Han, Gi-Sung; Jeong, Seok-Geun; Chae, Hyun-Seok; Jang, Ae-Ra; Seol, Kuk-Hwan; Oh, Mi-Hwa; Kim, Dong-Hun; Ham, Jun-Sang;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to develop an effective probiotic dairy product to normalize the microbial flora in Korean infants. A total of 2,200 colonies were isolated from 25 Korean neonates, and 16S rRNA of 348 isolates was analyzed. Approximately 40% of the lactic-acid producing bacterial isolates were Enterococcus faecalis, and 34.2% of them were strains similar to XR7 in the GenBank database. The fastest growing strain in MRS broth was registered as 91532 by the KACC. The selected strain was freeze-dried and utilized to ferment a milk-containing rice soup, tarakjuk. Microbiological, physico-chemical, and sensory characteristics of the fermented tarakjuk were compared with fermented milk and tarakjuk. E. faecalis KACC 91532 increased from to Log CFU/mL, and can be useful as a probiotic, as described in the Standards for Functional Health Foods.
 Keywords
probiotics;Enterococcus faecalis;fermented tarakjuk;
 Language
Korean
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De Novo Assembly and Comparative Analysis of the Enterococcus faecalis Genome (KACC 91532) from a Korean Neonate,;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

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