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KCTCKorean Collection for Type Cultures (South Korea)
KCTCKent Career Technical Center (Grand Rapids, MI)
KCTCKalona Cooperative Telephone Company (Iowa)
KCTCKankakee County Training Center (est. 1966)
KCTCKansas City Track Club (Kansas City, MO)
KCTCKansas Cattle Towns Coalition
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Jocelyn Beray, PRDP Regional Project Coordination Office - CAR I-REAP component head, said before the year ends they hope to turn over all the goods and processing equipment needed for the operation of the enterprise and the KCTC in time for the next harvest season.
Park, "Resistance of Lactobacillus casei KCTC 3260 to reactive oxygen species (ROS): role for a metal ion chelating effect," Journal of Food Science, vol.
The extract's antimicrobial activity was examined against bacteria that causes foodborne illnesses, such as Bacillus cereus (KCTC 1012), Pseudomonas aeruginosa (KCTC 1750), Staphylococcus aureus (KCTC 1916) and Listeria monocytogenes (ATCC 19111).
These lactic acid bacteria of the present invention are isolated from lactic acid bacteria naturally existing in the oral cavity of a person, and identified and deposited as Weissella cibaria CMU (Accession No.: KCTC 10650BP), Weissella cibaria CMS-1 (Accession No.: KCTC 10678BP), Weissella cibaria CMS-2 (Accession No.: KCTC 10679BP) and Weissella cibaria CMS-3 (Accession No.: KCTC 10680BP), respectively.
(Changwon Korea), was ground and mixed thoroughly with sugar beet molasses (100 g/kg) and Lactobacillus bulgaricus KCTC 3188 (50 g/kg) as starter and then fermented at 35[degrees]C for 10 days in a sealed 50-L plastic bucket.
Leading merchants also promoted the development of an indigenous capitalist class more directly through the founding of the Kano Citizens' Trading Company (KCTC) in 1949.
Lysinibacillus odyssey KCTC 3961T (AF526913)###95.81###22.0
pasteurii (KCTC 3558) which is one type of numerous microbes under the ground to cement soft ground Kim et al., [1], [2-8], K.
Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology (Taejon-si, South Korea) has patented a novel obligately symbiotic thermophile Symbiobacterium toebii SC-1(Accession NO: KCTC 0685BP), and a thermostable L-tyrosine phenol-lyase and L-tryptophan indole-lyase produced by Symbiobacterium toebii SC-1.