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Probiotic Dairy Products.


Probiotic dairy products.

Ed. by Adnan Tamime.

Blackwell Publishing


216 pages




Dairy probiotics are a group of micro-organisms, including lactic acid bacteria and probiotic gut flora, that are increasingly recognized as playing a vital role in the maintenance of health as well as contributing to the microbiology of many fermented dairy products. Researchers mostly from Europe review the scientific developments in such aspects of them as genomic characterizations of starter cultures, current legislation of probiotic products in various countries, enumerating and identifying mixed probiotic and lactic acid bacteria starter cultures, and health claims. This is the first volume of a series produced by the Society of Dairy Technology.

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Date:Jun 1, 2006
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