Transient strains are strains that do not fix themselves inside the intestinal tract (for example those from dairy origin: L. bulgaricus and S. thermophilus used in the production of yogurt). While they will culture during their passage through the intestines, they will not, as strains from human origin do, implant in the gut by fixing themselves on specific receptor sites.

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