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Weissella kimchii is a gram-positive, catalase-negative, non-sporulating, facultatively anaerobic, short rod-shaped bacterium first isolated from partly fermented kimchi in 2002. A strain of Weissella kimchii PL9023 was identified by researchers as a potential probiotic for vaginal health in women. W. kimchii was also identified as one of the lactic acid bacteria responsible for gowé fermentation (a fermented bevereage produced from sorghum) in Bénin.. A strain of Weissella kimchii PL9023 was identified by researchers as a potential probiotic for vaginal health in women.
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Weissella kimchii is a gram-positive, catalase-negative, non-sporulating, facultatively anaerobic, short rod-shaped bacterium first isolated from partly fermented kimchi in 2002. A strain of Weissella kimchii PL9023 was identified by researchers as a potential probiotic for vaginal health in women. W. kimchii was also identified as one of the lactic acid bacteria responsible for gowé fermentation (a fermented bevereage produced from sorghum) in Bénin.. A strain of Weissella kimchii PL9023 was identified by researchers as a potential probiotic for vaginal health in women.
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