lactic acid

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a clear odorless hygroscopic syrupy carboxylic acid found in sour milk and in many fruits

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The global market for lactic acid is witnessing high growth, which was mainly achieved by the growing demand from its end-use applications.
Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have identified a unique group of 13 lactic acid bacteria found in fresh honey, from the honey stomach of bees.
The company has recently concluded a 10-day production run after which it delivered optically pure D(-) lactic acid suitable for conversion to bioplastics.
Comparing effect of two methods of recovery on Jacuzzi recovery and mild swimming recovery on amount of lactic acid of blood
The development of our new direct Soleris test for lactic acid bacteria continues our initiative to upgrade more of our Soleris product line to the quicker, easier, and more consistent direct vial format," said Neogen's Dr Janice McGregor.
Under the right circumstances, lactic acid is a fuel--one of many fuel sources, in fact--and the subject is far more complicated than "lactic acid is bad and causes fatigue.
The FDA officials also seized 8,158 kg of buffered lactic acid.
At low concentrations and at regulatory levels set by authorities, we could see that the lactic acid bacteria are more susceptible to the antibiotics than the pathogens are," said Hanne Ingmer, of the University of Copenhagen, a researcher on the study.
They cover genetics and energy metabolism, stress response, bacteriocins from lactic acid bacteria, lactic acid for bioplastics, and health benefits.
Polylactic acid is biodegradable and forms lactic acid or harmless carbon dioxide and water.
Stanley, and then spray-coated with PLA solutions containing lactic acid, disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, or a combination of these compounds.
Lactic acid bacteria bacteriocins are biologically active proteins or protein complexes that act bactericidally.
Plarco has a deal to sell all its reclaimed lactic acid back to Nature Works LLC, Minnetonka, Minn.
Lactic acid cheese, known as tvarog in Poland and domasznij syr in Russia, is a food product produced in Europe that is similar to cottage cheese, particularly in terms of having significant protein content and being highly susceptible to the influence of micro- organisms.
Lactic acid fermentation is a matured industrial process, its feedstock covers various biomass (Goto et al.