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Bacillus + Lactose

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Bacillus & Lactose

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" ...mentioned that the bacteria was Bacillus Coagulans (formerly known as Lactobacillus ...also is efficient in assimilating lactose. What I want to know... "

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" ...rods: Large with spors: Bacillus, Clostridium Small, diphteroids: Corynebacterium ...Other actinobacter. Gram negative rods: Lactose fermenters (actinobacteriacea: E coli. Klebsiella.... "

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" Most probiotics don't have added lactose in it, but usually they ...then it shouldn't have lactose in it. Many forms ...strains of acidophilus, bulgaricus, and Bacillus coagulans help LI by p... "

" ...that the live cultures has essentially turned it from lactose to lactic acid. If the yoghurt is sweetened or ...fruit added type) then the bacillus works on that sugar and... "

" ...breakdown of lactose...sounds like a ...digestion (primarily?) of lactose AND if the lactic acid is specific to lactose breakdown (if so, ...the primary fermenting bacillus identified? i.e.,... "

" ...above, I was able to eliminate the other two Bacillus bacteria. My sugar tests were a little off. I ...get a slight positive for Lactose and my maltose was a... "

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" ...of northern europeans have some degree of milk allergy or lactose introlerance.. For me, being ...far as I know...Has lactose intolerance pretty obviously.. Hungarians ...immigrants f... "

" ...in milk happens when Lacto-Bacillus convert the Lactose to acid and Carbon-Dioxide. ...digestive enzyme) the Lactose will spontaneously convert ...contains a large Lacto-Bacillus population, ... "

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" ...perfringens c) Corynebacterium diphtheriae d) Bacillus anthracis Name that bug: food ...Causes diarrhea, does not ferment lactose, nonmotile, very low infectious dose?... "

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" ...of time on the genus Bacillus except to rule out anthracis. The chart for the gram positive cocci, the lactose fermenters, and the nonlactose fermenters are very good. The... "

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