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Manpreet Kaur Gaganpreet Kaur Amita Sharma

Abstract

Probiotics are live microbes in the form of dried or fermented cells that are highly beneficial for human health. The food industry has been revolutionised due to introduction of potential probiotic organisms in a varied formulations derived from mostly dairy products. Isolation of probiotic microbes from unexplored non-dairy sources is gaining attention these days. In the present study, six potential probiotic isolates from non-dairy sources were obtained that are also biocompatible with each other. Out of these, five isolates were gram positive rod shaped and one was gram negative rod shaped. These isolates were able to grow in presence of lysozyme, low pH and bile salts with good adherence ability. The market for probiotic microorganisms from unconventional products is accelerating to deal with lactose intolerant people. These probiotic attribute studies revealed their potential to be exploited at industrial scale.

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Keywords

Antimicrobial activity, bile tolerance, fermented cells, hydrophobicity, probiotics

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Kaur, M., Kaur, G., & Sharma, A. (2018). Isolation of newer probiotic microorganisms from unconventional sources. Journal of Applied and Natural Science, 10(3), 847-852. https://doi.org/10.31018/jans.v10i3.1724
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