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This study describes a strategy to select and isolate spontaneous riboflavin-overproducing strains …


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- A general method for selection of riboflavin-overproducing food grade micro-organisms

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Strains and plasmids used in this study
Strains and plasmids
Details
Reference
Strains


Lc. mesenteroides NCDO2028
Beetroot silage isolate
UCC culture collection
Lc. mesenteroides CB200 to CB210
NCDO2028 derivatives that are resistant to roseoflavin
This study
Lb. plantarum WCFS1
Sequenced strain
[33]
Lb. plantarum NCDO1752
Pickled cabbage isolate
UCC culture collection
Lb. plantarum CB300 to CB305
NCDO1752 derivatives that are resistant to roseoflavin
This study
P. freudenreichii NIZO B374
CBS115915, formerly subsp. shermanii, now subsp. freudenreichii; cheese isolate
NIZO culture collection
P. freudenreichii NIZO B2336
Roseoflavin resistant derivative of strain NIZO B374
This study
P. freudenreichii NIZO B374.21
Roseoflavin resistant derivative of strain NIZO B374
This study
P. freudenreichii NIZO B369
CBS115914; From Eidg. Milchw. Versuchsanstalt. Liebefeld
NIZO culture collection
P. freudenreichii NIZO B2663 to NIZO B2672
Roseoflavin resistant derivatives of strain NIZO B369
This study

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