Lactic Acid Bacteria: Microbiological and Functional Aspects, Fifth Edition PDF by Gabriel Vinderola, Arthur C. Ouwehand, Seppo Salminen and Atte von Wright

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Lactic Acid Bacteria: Microbiological and Functional Aspects, Fifth Edition
Edited by Gabriel Vinderola, Arthur C. Ouwehand, Seppo Salminen and Atte von Wright
Lactic Acid Bacteria


Contents

Preface…………………………………………………………ix
Editors …………………………………………………………………………………xi
Contributors …………………………………………………………………………… xiii
Chapter 1 Lactic Acid Bacteria: An Introduction ……………………………………………..1
Atte von Wright and Lars Axelsson
Chapter 2 Genetics of Lactic Acid Bacteria …………………………………………………………………… 17
Lorenzo Morelli and Atte von Wright
Chapter 3 Genus Lactococcus ……………………………………………………………………………………… 33
Atte von Wright
Chapter 4 The Genus Lactobacillus ……………………………………………………………………………… 47
Fandi Ibrahim and Arthur C. Ouwehand
Chapter 5 Fructophilic Lactic Acid Bacteria: An Overview of Their Unique Properties …….. 57
Akihito Endo
Chapter 6 Introduction to the Genera Pediococcus, Leuconostoc, Weissella, and
Carnobacterium ………………………………………………………………………………………….65
Elina Säde and Johanna Björkroth
Chapter 7 Streptococcus: A Brief Update on the Current Taxonomic Status of the Genus ……87
John R. Tagg, Philip A. Wescombe, John D. F. Hale, and Jeremy P. Burton
Chapter 8 Probiotic Enterococci, Their Enterocins and Their Use in Animals …………………. 109
Andrea Lauková
Chapter 9 Bifidobacteria: General Overview of Ecology, Taxonomy, and Genomics ………… 125
Chiara Ferrario, Francesca Turroni, Douwe van Sinderen,
and Marco Ventura
Chapter 10 Bacteriophage and Anti-phage Mechanisms in Lactic Acid Bacteria ……………….. 139
Jennifer Mahony, Susan Mills, R. Paul Ross, Horst Neve, Aidan Coffey,
and Douwe van Sinderen
Chapter 11 Antimicrobials from Lactic Acid Bacteria and Their Potential Applications …….. 151
Fergus W. J. Collins, Mary C. Rea, Colin Hill, and R. Paul Ross
Chapter 12 Lactic Acid Bacteria for Fermented Dairy Products ………………………………………. 175
Sylvie Binda and Arthur C. Ouwehand
Chapter 13 Lactic Acid Bacteria in Cereal-Based Products …………………………………………….. 199
Michael G. Gänzle and Hannu Salovaara
Chapter 14 Lactic Acid Bacteria in Meat Fermentations: Role of Autochthonous Starter
Cultures on Quality, Safety and Health ………………………………………………………… 215
Graciela Vignolo, Patricia Castellano, Cecilia Fontana, Pier Sandro
Cocconcelli, and Silvina Fadda
Chapter 15 Examples of Lactic-Fermented Foods of the African Continent ……………………… 235
Charles M. A. P. Franz and Wilhelm H. Holzapfel
Chapter 16 Lactic Acid Bacteria in Vegetable Fermentations ………………………………………….. 255
Kun-Young Park and Boh Kyung Kim
Chapter 17 Lactic Acid Bacteria and Silage Fermentation ………………………………………………. 275
Ibukun M. Ogunade, Oscar C. M. Queiroz, and Kathy G. Arriola
Chapter 18 Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) in Grape Fermentations: An Example of LAB as
Contaminants in Food Processing ………………………………………………………………..287
Eveline Bartowsky
Chapter 19 Lactic Acid Bacteria in Food Spoilage ………………………………………………………….303
Vasileios Pothakos and Johanna Björkroth
Chapter 20 The Production of Lactic Acid Bacteria Starters and Probiotic Cultures:
An Industrial Perspective …………………………………………………………………………… 317
Gabriel Vinderola, Claude P. Champagne, and Émilie Desfossés-Foucault
Chapter 21 Stability of Lactic Acid Bacteria and Bifidobacteria in Foods and
Supplements …………………………………………………………………………………………….. 337
Miguel Gueimonde, Clara G. de los Reyes-Gavilán, Borja Sánchez,
Nuria Salazar, and Silvia Arboleya
Chapter 22 The Safety of Lactic Acid Bacteria for Use in Foods ……………………………………… 355
David Obis, Myriam Paris, and Arthur C. Ouwehand
Chapter 23 The Safety of Novel Probiotic Bacteria ………………………………………………………… 371
Theodor Brodmann, Seppo Salminen, Wolfgang Kneifel, Gabriel Vinderola,
and Carlos Gómez-Gallego
Chapter 24 Lactic Acid Bacteria in the Gut …………………………………………………………………… 383
Mirjana Rajilić-Stojanović, Suzana Dimitrijević, and Nataša Golić
Chapter 25 Gastrointestinal Benefits of Probiotics: Clinical Evidence ……………………………….409
Arthur C. Ouwehand
Chapter 26 Probiotics and the Immune System ……………………………………………………………… 423
Hanne Frøkiær
Chapter 27 Targeting the Gut Microbiota in Metabolic Disorders and Juvenile Growth:
Potential Impact of Lactic Acid Bacteria and Next Generation Probiotics ………… 441
Kassem Makki, Martin Schwarzer, Bernardo Cuffaro, Hubert Vidal,
Emmanuelle Maguin, and Corinne Grangette
Chapter 28 Brain–Gut–Microbiota Axis in Mood and Cognition: Impact
of Psychobiotics ………………………………………………………………………………………..463
Mary I. Butler, John F. Cryan, and Timothy G. Dinan
Chapter 29 Endogenous Lactic Acid Bacteria and Probiotics in Oral Health ……………………..485
Iva Stamatova, Qingru Jiang, and Jukka H. Meurman
Chapter 30 Human Studies on Probiotics and Endogenous Lactic Acid Bacteria in the
Female Urogenital Tract …………………………………………………………………………….. 495
Gregor Reid
Chapter 31 Lactic Acid Bacteria and Respiratory Health: Their Beneficial Effects on
Viral Infections ………………………………………………………………………………………….505
Julio Villena, Alexander Suvorov, Haruki Kitazawa, and Susana Alvarez
Chapter 32 Human Studies on Probiotics: Infants and Children ………………………………………. 521
Hania Szajewska
Chapter 33 Nutrition Economic Aspects of Probiotics ……………………………………………………. 533
Aki Koponen and Seppo Salminen
Chapter 34 Beneficial Microbes for Companion Animals ……………………………………………….. 541
Minna Rinkinen and Shea Beasley
Chapter 35 Lactic Acid Bacteria in Aquatic Environments and Their Applications ……………. 555
Beatriz Gómez-Sala, Javier Feito Hermida, Pablo E. Hernández Cruza,
and Luis M. Cintas Izarra
Chapter 36 The Use of Probiotics in Nutrition and Disease Prevention in Farm Animals …… 579
Alojz Bomba, Radomíra Nemcová, Ladislav Strojný,
and Dagmar Mudronˇová
Chapter 37 Probiotic Effects of Non-viable Lactic Acid Bacteria ……………………………………..609
Marion Bernardeau and Marina Cretenet
Chapter 38 Probiotics Regulation in Asian and Australasian Countries ……………………………. 631
Cyndy Au, Sandy Lin, Wei Shao, Su Jin, Yan Wen, Jasvir Singh,
Victor Basuki, Hiroko Tanaka, Geun Eog Ji, E-Siong Tee, Julie D. Tan,
Ming-Ju Chen, Malee Jirawongsy, Le Hoang Vinh, Caroline Gray,
and Yuan-Kun Lee
Chapter 39 Probiotics Regulation in Latin American Countries ………………………………………. 683
Ana Binetti, Patricia Burns, Daniela Tomei, Jorge Reinheimer,
and Gabriel Vinderola
Chapter 40 The Regulation of Probiotics in the United States ………………………………………….693
Amy B. Smith
Chapter 41 Regulation of Probiotics in Canada ……………………………………………………………… 711
Jon-Paul Powers
Chapter 42 Safety Assessment of Probiotics in the European Union (EU) ………………………… 723
Atte von Wright
Index ………………………………………………………………………. 735


Preface
Lactic acid bacteria have throughout history had an important role for human health and well-being as well as food and feed processing. Thus, there has been a need for a book covering the areas in a multidisciplinary manner and our book has been the classic compendium in the area. This is now the fifth edition of Lactic Acid Bacteria, which includes the latest developments and updates, and expands on the earlier editions of this book. This edition is completely revised and updated to include the most recent developments in lactic acid bacteria research and it continues in the bold tradition of the earlier versions to provide a comprehensive textbook and also a compendium for both students and teachers, as well as all other professionals, needing information and sources for further development of lactic acid bacteria.

We have gone a long way from the previous editions and focus now on the role of lactic acid bacteria and related microbes and their taxonomy, classification and diversity, as well as their impact on gut microbiota, animal feeds, food fermentation and many new related areas including regulatory matters and their lesser known role as food spoilers. This is also a new beginning for the development of our book, ensuring that a new editor has taken the lead in updating the chapters and working together with the previous editors. As the area has grown more and more important and the knowledge continues to accumulate, we shall also be prepared to update and expand the book in the future.

Our book is compiled by four editors with different perspectives in the area, varying from technology and microbiology, to research and development and human health. It is intended to supply the reader a compendium of lactic acid bacteria-related science and technology to provide the basis to build both science, technology and product development focusing on the area of lactic acid bacteria.

The book also provides information on the regulatory framework within which lactic acid bacteria containing products need to fit. It can be used as a university textbook for multidisciplinary
areas needing the knowledge on food microbiology and lactic acid bacteria.

 

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