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- Andy Lin; Eric D. Merkley; Brian H. Clowers; Janine R. Hutchison; Helen W. Kreuzer
- Journal of microbiological methods 2015 v.112 pp. 3-10
- DNA; Escherichia coli; Yersinia pestis; algorithms; autoclaves; autoclaving; data quality; databases; ethanol; irradiation; liquid chromatography; protein content; proteins; proteomics; tandem mass spectrometry
- ... Inactivation of pathogenic microbial samples is often necessary for the protection of researchers and to comply with local and federal regulations. By its nature, biological inactivation causes changes to microbial samples, potentially affecting observed experimental results. While inactivation-induced damage to materials such as DNA has been evaluated, the effect of various inactivation strategie ...
- Kundi Yang; Mengyang Xu; Fanyi Zhong; Jiangjiang Zhu
- Journal of microbiological methods 2018 v.154 pp. 147-155
- Lactobacillus; data quality; digestive system; functional properties; humans; lactic acid; lactic acid bacteria; metabolites; metabolomics; monitoring; probiotics; spectrometers; sugars
- ... Lactobacillus, the major genus of lactic acid bacteria group, plays functional roles in the human body, for example, convert sugars to lactic acid. They are the significant microbiota which can be found at a number of human body sites, such as the digestive system, urinary system, and genital system. A number of Lactobacillus species are often used as probiotics and can benefit host health when ad ...