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  • 323pp. Published June 2017
  • Scientific Research Publishing, Inc.,USA.
  • Category: Biomedical & Life Sciences
  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-348-2
  • (Hardcover) USD 109.00
  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-347-5
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Advances in Probiotic Bacteria
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Probiotics are microorganisms that are believed to provide health benefits when consumed. The term probiotic is currently used to name ingested microorganisms associated with benefits for humans and animals. The term came into more common use after 1980. The introduction of the concept is generally attributed to Nobel laureate élie Metchnikoff, who postulated that yogurt-consuming Bulgarian peasants lived longer lives because of this custom. He suggested in 1907 that “the dependence of the intestinal microbes on the food makes it possible to adopt measures to modify the flora in our bodies and to replace the harmful microbes by useful microbes”. A significant expansion of the potential market for probiotics has led to higher requirements for scientific substantiation of putative benefits conferred by the microorganisms.

In the present book, fourteen typical literatures about screening of breast cancer published on international authoritative journals were selected to introduce the worldwide newest progress, which contains reviews or original researches on medical science, bacteriology, microbiology, digestive system, probiotics, ect. We hope this book can demonstrate advances in Probiotic Bacteria as well as give references to the researchers, students and other related people.

Components of the Book:
  • Chapter 1
    Probiotic and Synbiotic Therapy in Critical Illness: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
  • Chapter 2
    Probiotic Isolates from Unconventional Sources: A Review
  • Chapter 3
    Functional Characterization of Probiotic Surface Layer Protein-Carrying Lactobacillus Amylovorus Strains
  • Chapter 4
    Experimental Support for the Effects of a Probiotic/Digestive Enzyme Supplement on Serum Cholesterol Concentrations and the Intestinal Microbiome
  • Chapter 5
    Bacillus Subtilis Natto: A Non-Toxic Source of Poly-γ-Glutamic Acid That Could Be Used as a Cryoprotectant for Probiotic Bacteria
  • Chapter 6
    Comparative Secretome Analysis of Four Isogenic Bacillus Clausii Probiotic Strains
  • Chapter 7
    A Unique In Vivo Experimental Approach Reveals Metabolic Adaptation of the Probiotic Propionibacterium Freudenreichii to the Colon Environment
  • Chapter 8
    Alterations in Fecal Microbiota Composition by Probiotic Supplementation in Healthy Adults: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials
  • Chapter 9
    Timely Approaches to Identify Probiotic Species of the Genus Lactobacillus
  • Chapter 10
    Purified Cell Wall from the Probiotic Bacterium Lactobacillus Gasseri Activates Systemic Inflammation and, At Higher Doses, Produces Lethality in a Rat Model
  • Chapter 11
    The Secreted Autotransporter Toxin (Sat) Does Not Act As A Virulence Factor in the Probiotic Escherichia Coli Strain Nissle 1917
  • Chapter 12
    Inhibition of Streptococcus Pneumoniae Adherence to Human Epithelial Cells in Vitro by the Probiotic Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GG
  • Chapter 13
    Technological Properties and Probiotic Potential of Lactobacillus Fermentum Strains Isolated from West African Fermented Millet Dough
  • Chapter 14
    Role of Commensal and Probiotic Bacteria in Human Health: A Focus on Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Readership: Students, academics, teachers and other people attending or interested in Probiotic Bacteria.
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