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    ATCC lactobacillus buchneri
    The effect of exogenous lactobacilli addition on the viable number of lactobacilli in equine fecal cell suspensions. Grain types included minimally processed, finely ground (2 mm screen) corn, oats and wheat at 1.6% w/v starch concentration. Treatments included initial (open bars; 0 h), control (black bars; substrate only), and the addition of L . acidophilus (green bars), L . <t>buchneri</t> (blue bars), L . reuteri (red bars) and Mixed (purple bars; all 3 at equal concentrations) at 10 7 final concentration live or dead (autoclaved; corn only). Samples were taken after 24 h of incubation (37°C) for bacterial enumeration. The enumerations were performed on Rogosa SL agar (BD). The plates were incubated aerobically (37°C, 3 d). Plates with 30
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    Article Title: Exogenous lactobacilli mitigate microbial changes associated with grain fermentation (corn, oats, and wheat) by equine fecal microflora ex vivo

    Journal: PLoS ONE

    doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0174059

    The effect of exogenous lactobacilli addition on the viable number of lactobacilli in equine fecal cell suspensions. Grain types included minimally processed, finely ground (2 mm screen) corn, oats and wheat at 1.6% w/v starch concentration. Treatments included initial (open bars; 0 h), control (black bars; substrate only), and the addition of L . acidophilus (green bars), L . buchneri (blue bars), L . reuteri (red bars) and Mixed (purple bars; all 3 at equal concentrations) at 10 7 final concentration live or dead (autoclaved; corn only). Samples were taken after 24 h of incubation (37°C) for bacterial enumeration. The enumerations were performed on Rogosa SL agar (BD). The plates were incubated aerobically (37°C, 3 d). Plates with 30
    Figure Legend Snippet: The effect of exogenous lactobacilli addition on the viable number of lactobacilli in equine fecal cell suspensions. Grain types included minimally processed, finely ground (2 mm screen) corn, oats and wheat at 1.6% w/v starch concentration. Treatments included initial (open bars; 0 h), control (black bars; substrate only), and the addition of L . acidophilus (green bars), L . buchneri (blue bars), L . reuteri (red bars) and Mixed (purple bars; all 3 at equal concentrations) at 10 7 final concentration live or dead (autoclaved; corn only). Samples were taken after 24 h of incubation (37°C) for bacterial enumeration. The enumerations were performed on Rogosa SL agar (BD). The plates were incubated aerobically (37°C, 3 d). Plates with 30

    Techniques Used: Concentration Assay, Incubation

    The effect of exogenous lactobacilli addition on the viable number of total amylolytic bacteria in equine fecal cell suspensions. Grain types included minimally processed, finely ground (2 mm screen) corn, oats and wheat at 1.6% w/v starch concentration. Treatments included initial (open bars; 0 h), control (black bars; substrate only), and the addition of L . acidophilus (green bars), L . buchneri (blue bars), L . reuteri (red bars) and Mixed (purple bars; all 3 at equal concentrations) at 10 7 final concentration live or dead (autoclaved; corn only). Samples were taken after 24 h of incubation (37°C) for bacterial enumeration. The enumerations were performed in anaerobic liquid media with soluble starch as the growth substrate. The tubes were incubated (37°C, 3 d), and the final dilution exhibiting bacterial growth (visual examination) was recorded as the viable number. Hatched lines separate individual statistical comparisons. Means lacking a common letter are different between treatments within substrate ( P
    Figure Legend Snippet: The effect of exogenous lactobacilli addition on the viable number of total amylolytic bacteria in equine fecal cell suspensions. Grain types included minimally processed, finely ground (2 mm screen) corn, oats and wheat at 1.6% w/v starch concentration. Treatments included initial (open bars; 0 h), control (black bars; substrate only), and the addition of L . acidophilus (green bars), L . buchneri (blue bars), L . reuteri (red bars) and Mixed (purple bars; all 3 at equal concentrations) at 10 7 final concentration live or dead (autoclaved; corn only). Samples were taken after 24 h of incubation (37°C) for bacterial enumeration. The enumerations were performed in anaerobic liquid media with soluble starch as the growth substrate. The tubes were incubated (37°C, 3 d), and the final dilution exhibiting bacterial growth (visual examination) was recorded as the viable number. Hatched lines separate individual statistical comparisons. Means lacking a common letter are different between treatments within substrate ( P

    Techniques Used: Concentration Assay, Incubation

    The effect of exogenous lactobacilli addition on the pH of equine fecal cell suspensions. Grain types included minimally processed, finely ground (2 mm screen) corn, oats and wheat at 1.6% w/v starch concentration. Treatments included initial (open bars; 0 h), control (black bars; substrate only), and the addition of L . acidophilus (green bars), L . buchneri (blue bars), L . reuteri (red bars) and Mixed (purple bars; all 3 at equal concentrations) at 10 7 final concentration live or dead (autoclaved; corn only). Samples were taken after 24 h of incubation (37°C) for pH. Hatched lines separate individual statistical comparisons. Means lacking a common letter are different between treatments within substrate ( P
    Figure Legend Snippet: The effect of exogenous lactobacilli addition on the pH of equine fecal cell suspensions. Grain types included minimally processed, finely ground (2 mm screen) corn, oats and wheat at 1.6% w/v starch concentration. Treatments included initial (open bars; 0 h), control (black bars; substrate only), and the addition of L . acidophilus (green bars), L . buchneri (blue bars), L . reuteri (red bars) and Mixed (purple bars; all 3 at equal concentrations) at 10 7 final concentration live or dead (autoclaved; corn only). Samples were taken after 24 h of incubation (37°C) for pH. Hatched lines separate individual statistical comparisons. Means lacking a common letter are different between treatments within substrate ( P

    Techniques Used: Concentration Assay, Incubation

    The effect of exogenous lactobacilli addition on the viable number of Group D Gram-positive cocci (GPC) in equine fecal cell suspensions. Grain types included minimally processed, finely ground (2 mm screen) corn, oats and wheat at 1.6% w/v starch concentration. Treatments included initial (open bars; 0 h), control (black bars; substrate only), and the addition of L . acidophilus (green bars), L . buchneri (blue bars), L . reuteri (red bars) and Mixed (purple bars; all 3 at equal concentrations) at 10 7 final concentration live or dead (autoclaved; corn only). Samples were taken after 24 h of incubation (37°C) for bacterial enumeration. GPC were enumerated on bile esculin azide agar (BD). The plates were incubated aerobically (37°C, 3 d). Plates with 30
    Figure Legend Snippet: The effect of exogenous lactobacilli addition on the viable number of Group D Gram-positive cocci (GPC) in equine fecal cell suspensions. Grain types included minimally processed, finely ground (2 mm screen) corn, oats and wheat at 1.6% w/v starch concentration. Treatments included initial (open bars; 0 h), control (black bars; substrate only), and the addition of L . acidophilus (green bars), L . buchneri (blue bars), L . reuteri (red bars) and Mixed (purple bars; all 3 at equal concentrations) at 10 7 final concentration live or dead (autoclaved; corn only). Samples were taken after 24 h of incubation (37°C) for bacterial enumeration. GPC were enumerated on bile esculin azide agar (BD). The plates were incubated aerobically (37°C, 3 d). Plates with 30

    Techniques Used: Gel Permeation Chromatography, Concentration Assay, Incubation

    The effect of exogenous lactobacilli addition on the viable number of total lactate-utilizing bacteria in equine fecal cell suspensions. Grain types included minimally processed, finely ground (2 mm screen) corn, oats and wheat at 1.6% w/v starch concentration. Treatments included initial (open bars; 0 h), control (black bars; substrate only), and the addition of L . acidophilus (green bars), L . buchneri (blue bars), L . reuteri (red bars) and Mixed (purple bars; all 3 at equal concentrations) at 10 7 final concentration live or dead (autoclaved; corn only). Samples were taken after 24 h of incubation (37°C) for bacterial enumeration. Total lactate-utilizing bacteria were enumerated on L-U agar. The plates were incubated anaerobically (37°C, 5 d). Plates with 30
    Figure Legend Snippet: The effect of exogenous lactobacilli addition on the viable number of total lactate-utilizing bacteria in equine fecal cell suspensions. Grain types included minimally processed, finely ground (2 mm screen) corn, oats and wheat at 1.6% w/v starch concentration. Treatments included initial (open bars; 0 h), control (black bars; substrate only), and the addition of L . acidophilus (green bars), L . buchneri (blue bars), L . reuteri (red bars) and Mixed (purple bars; all 3 at equal concentrations) at 10 7 final concentration live or dead (autoclaved; corn only). Samples were taken after 24 h of incubation (37°C) for bacterial enumeration. Total lactate-utilizing bacteria were enumerated on L-U agar. The plates were incubated anaerobically (37°C, 5 d). Plates with 30

    Techniques Used: Concentration Assay, Incubation

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