The Journal of General and Applied Microbiology
The ratio of L-form to D-form of lactic acid as a criteria for the identification of lactic acid bacteria
Akira ManomeSanae OkadaTai UchimuraKazuo Komagata
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Volume 44 (1998) Issue 6 Pages 371-374

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Stereoisomers of lactic acid produced by lactic acid bacteria were determined by HPLC by using an enantiomeric resolution column. In general, the ratios of L-form to D-form (the type of stereoisomer) obtained were compared with those in references. Values of the type of stereoisomer of lactic acid were discussed from the viewpoint of identification of lactic acid bacteria.

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