Weissella hellenica is a species of Gram-positive bacteria, placed within the family of Leuconostocaceae. It was found in isolates from fermented sausage and flounder intestine, as well as barrels used to make Japanese pickles. Some strains have been observed to be probiotic while some have not. Some strains produce bacteriocins named weissellicins which show antimicrobial activity against other bacteria.

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  • Weissella hellenica is a species of Gram-positive bacteria, placed within the family of Leuconostocaceae. It was found in isolates from fermented sausage and flounder intestine, as well as barrels used to make Japanese pickles. Some strains have been observed to be probiotic while some have not. Some strains produce bacteriocins named weissellicins which show antimicrobial activity against other bacteria. (en)
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  • W. hellenica
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  • Collins et al. 1993
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  • Weissella hellenica is a species of Gram-positive bacteria, placed within the family of Leuconostocaceae. It was found in isolates from fermented sausage and flounder intestine, as well as barrels used to make Japanese pickles. Some strains have been observed to be probiotic while some have not. Some strains produce bacteriocins named weissellicins which show antimicrobial activity against other bacteria. (en)
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  • Weissella hellenica (en)
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