TABLE 1.

L. salivarius strains used in this study

StrainOriginSource or referencea
UCC118Human ileal-cecal region12,61
UCC119Chicken cecum51
AH4231Human ileal-cecal region61
AH4331Human ileal-cecal region61
AH43310Human ileal-cecal region61
AH43324Human ileal-cecal region61
AH43348Human ileal-cecal region61
JCM1040Human intestine42
JCM1042Human intestine42
JCM1044Human intestine42
JCM1045Human intestine42
JCM1046Swine intestine42
JCM1047Swine intestine42
JCM1230Chicken intestine42
CCUG47825Human blood, 55-year-old femaleCCUG
CCUG47826Human blood, 55-year-old femaleCCUG
CCUG45735Human bloodCCUG
CCUG43299Human bloodCCUG
CCUG38008Human gall, 73-year-old maleCCUG
CCUG47171Human tooth plaqueCCUG
CCUG44481BirdCCUG
CCUG27530BHuman abdomen, abscessCCUG
DSM20554THuman saliva49
DSM20555THuman saliva49
DSM20492Human salivaDSM
NCIMB8816Human saliva, ItalyNCIMB
NCIMB8817Turkey fecesNCIMB
NCIMB8818St. Ivel cheeseNCIMB
NCIMB702343UnknownNCIMB
LMG14476Cat with myocarditisLMG
LMG14477Parakeet with sepsisLMG
01M14315Human gallbladder pus64
L21Human feces-b
  • a CCUG, Culture Collection University Göteborg; DSM, Deutsche Sammlung von Mikroorganismen und Zellkulturen GmbH; JCM, Japan Collection of Microorganisms; LMG, Laboratorium voor Microbiologie, Universiteit Gent; NCIMB, National Collections of Industrial Food and Marine Bacteria.

  • b Provided by Professor Gerald Tannock, University of Otago, Otago, New Zealand.