Skip to main content

Table 1 Bacterial strains and plasmids

From: Lactococcus lactis M4, a potential host for the expression of heterologous proteins

Strain or plasmid Characteristic Source or reference
L. lactis strains   
M2, M4, M5, M6, M11, M12, M14, M16 Milk isolates This study
MG1363 L. lactis subsp. cremoris, plasmid free [50]
ATCC 11454 L. lactis subsp. lactis [25]
E. coli strains   
TOP10   Invitrogen
Plasmids   
pMG36e Emr, lactococcal expression vector with constitutive promoter P32 [51]
pMG36e-GFP Emr, a derivative of pMG36e carrying GFP gene Microbial Biotech Laboratory, UPM
pAR1411 Emr, lactococcal expression vector [52]
pAJ01 Emr, naturally occuring lactococcal plasmid isolated from chicken cecum [53]