Journal article

Molecular detection, phylogenetic analysis, and antibacterial performance of lactic acid bacteria isolated from traditional cheeses, North-West Iran.

Mehran Hajigholizadeh, Karim Mardani, Mehran Moradi, Abdollah Jamshidi

Food Science and Nutrition | Wiley Open Access | Published : 2020

Abstract

Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) are candidate probiotic bacteria that can provide health benefits when delivered via functional foods. The purpose of this study was to isolate and characterize LAB from traditional cheeses consumed in north-west regions of Iran. A number of sixty traditional cheeses samples were collected and initially screened as LAB using biochemical and molecular methods. A fragment of 1,540 bp in size of 16s rRNA gene was amplified from 70 bacterial isolates. Restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) was employed to differentiate LAB isolates. LAB isolates generated three different RFLP patterns using HinfI restriction enzyme. Phylogenetic analysis revealed that LAB isol..

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