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Sci. Pharm. 2009, 77(Posters (PO)), 230; doi:10.3797/scipharm.oephg.21.PO-31 (registering DOI)

Effect Of Stress on Cellular Properties of Enterococcus Faecium

Department for Pharmaceutical Technology and Biopharmaceutics, University of Vienna, Althanstr. 14, 1090, Vienna, Austria
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Received: 16 April 2009 / Accepted: 16 April 2009 / Published: 16 April 2009
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During the recent decade, the interest on probiotic products has been growing due to the increasing evidence of health benefits associated with their use. The essential step for the development of such products is the stabilization (drying) of probiotic microorganisms. The classical methods for cell stabilization are lyophilization and spray drying [1].
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RABENREITHER, M.C.; STUMMER, S.; VIERNSTEIN, H.; TÖGEL, S.; SALAR-BEHZADI, S. Effect Of Stress on Cellular Properties of Enterococcus Faecium. Sci. Pharm. 2009, 77, 230.

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