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Organism:Lactobacillus plantarum (Orla-Jensen) Bergey et al
Designations: 17-5; BUCSAV 217; BUCSAV 449; Glaxo 664; ICPB 2080; NCDO 82; NCIB 6376; NCIB 8014; NCIB 8030; DSM 20205; CCM 1904; ATCC 8014; CNCTC 11
Depositor:J Cerna, VUPP, CZ
Biosafety level:1
Growth Conditions: Medium: 13. MRS MEDIUM
Temperature: 37.0
Applications: assay of amino acids and vitamins

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