Lactobacillus sakei: A Starter for Sausage Fermentation, a Protective Culture for Meat Products
AbstractAmong lactic acid bacteria of meat products, Lactobacillus sakei is certainly the most studied species due to its role in the fermentation of sausage and its prevalence during cold storage of raw meat products. Consequently, the physiology of this bacterium regarding functions involved in growth, survival, and metabolism during meat storage and processing are well known. This species exhibits a wide genomic diversity that can be observed when studying different strains and on which probably rely its multiple facets in meat products: starter, spoiler, or protective culture. The emerging exploration of the microbial ecology of meat products also revealed the multiplicity of bacterial interactions L. sakei has to face and their various consequences on microbial quality and safety at the end of storage. View Full-Text
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Zagorec, M.; Champomier-Vergès, M.-C. Lactobacillus sakei: A Starter for Sausage Fermentation, a Protective Culture for Meat Products. Microorganisms 2017, 5, 56.
Zagorec M, Champomier-Vergès M-C. Lactobacillus sakei: A Starter for Sausage Fermentation, a Protective Culture for Meat Products. Microorganisms. 2017; 5(3):56.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zagorec, Monique; Champomier-Vergès, Marie-Christine. 2017. "Lactobacillus sakei: A Starter for Sausage Fermentation, a Protective Culture for Meat Products." Microorganisms 5, no. 3: 56.
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