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Enumeration of lactic acid bacteria: lacuna and improvement areas highlighted by proficiency testing

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  1. ISO 15214 (1998) Microbiology of food and animal feeding stuffs—horizontal method for the enumeration of mesophilic lactic acid bacteria—colony-count technique at 30 °C. International Standard Organization, Geneva
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  4. ISO/TS 22117 (2010) Microbiology of food and animal feeding stuffs—specific requirements and guidance for proficiency testing by interlaboratory comparison. International Standard Organization, Geneva
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Bibliographic reference Abdel Massih, Marleen ; Planchon, Viviane ; Pitchugina, Elena ; Mahillon, Jacques. Enumeration of lactic acid bacteria: lacuna and improvement areas highlighted by proficiency testing. In: Accreditation and Quality Assurance : journal for quality, comparability and reliability in chemical measurement, Vol. 2019, p. 1-5 (2019)
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