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When used alive, these 13 lactic acid bacteria produce the right kind of antimicrobial compounds as needed, depending on the threat.
Based on first table, mean of blood lactic acid is in two methods of Jacuzzi recovery and mild swimming before of recovery was not significant (10.
Proper training helps people not so much clear the lactic acid from the blood as use the lactic acid before it can build up and cause muscle fatigue.
Baceriocin was extracted from Lactic acid bacteria.
The major components analyzed in the liquid product include acetaldehyde, propanoic acid, acrylic acid, lactic acid, 2,3-pentanedione; minor products include acetic acid, ethanol, acetone, etc.
The advantages of using high performace liquid chromatography (HPLC) in the analysis of lactic acid are speed, accuracy and precision (Fernandez-Garcia and McGregor, 1994).
Despite their complexity, the whole basis of lactic acid fermentation centers on the ability of lactic acid bacteria to produce acid, which then inhibits the growth of other, non-desirable organisms.
The crocodile's ability to direct oxygen-depleted blood to its stomach may be instrumental in digesting large, bony meals and recovering from hunting-induced accumulation of lactic acid, some researchers propose.
Tokyo, Japan, May 30, 2006 - (JCN) - Calpis announced on May 29 that it has discovered a unique property of lactobacillus acidophilus strain L-92, a kind of lactic acid bacteria.
The fungal strain that we have isolated and selected converts the starch waste to lactic acid in a simultaneous saccharification and fermentation process at temperatures similar to normal summers and at a pH of 5, which is very close to the pH of the starch wastewater.
Bales wrapped in Volac topwrap eco-green film achieved a more stable fermentation and higher lactic acid levels, an indicator of improved silage uptake.
coli O157:H7, treated them with lactic acid and ground them.