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Table 9 Fermentation metabolites of (A) L. gasseri and (B) L. plantarum upon growth on pure cellobiose, birch and spruce COS-rich hydrolysates

From: Valorization of waste forest biomass toward the production of cello-oligosaccharides with potential prebiotic activity by utilizing customized enzyme cocktails

(A)
 L. gasseri
CellobioseBirchSpruce
0 h26 h0 h26 h0 h95 h
Cellobiose20.0 ± 1.069.3 ± 0.1219.6 ± 2.040.0 ± 0.0019.3 ± 0.0619.2 ± 0.29
Lactic acid0.33 ± 0.068.53 ± 0.910.2 ± 0.0326.5 ± 1.520.2 ± 0.090.5 ± 0.20
Acetic acid4.03 ± 0.214.07 ± 0.057.9 ± 1.048.0 ± 0.426.6 ± 0.197.2 ± 0.12
Propionic acid0.93 ± 0.031.03 ± 0.120.8 ± 0.101.3 ± 0.110.7 ± 0.150.8 ± 0.01
(B)
 L. plantarum
CellobioseBirchSpruce
0 h26 h0 h26 h0 h95 h
Cellobiose20.0 ± 1.510.2 ± 0.0019.8 ± 1.690.0 ± 0.0019.9 ± 0.7610.8 ± 1.25
Lactic acid0.4 ± 0.0121.8 ± 2.850.3 ± 0.0528.0 ± 2.670.3 ± 0.0021.1 ± 1.67
Acetic acid4.2 ± 0.153.9 ± 0.717.9 ± 0.928.4 ± 0.916.9 ± 0.258.8 ± 1.61
Propionic acid0.9 ± 0.010.9 ± 0.030.8 ± 0.091.0 ± 0.040.6 ± 0.021.2 ± 0.15
  1. No significant amounts of formic or butyric acid were detected