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Fatty Acid Analysis And Spoilage Potential Of Biofilms From Two Breweries

M. Timke, N. Q. Wang-Lieu, K. Altendorf, A. Lipski
Published 2005 · Biology, Medicine

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Aim:  The microbial composition of biofilms from different locations of beer bottling plants were compared based on fatty acid profiles and correlated with the product‐spoiling potential of these biofilms.
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