Browsing by Subject "Probiotic bacteria"

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  • Ventura, Marco; O'Flaherty, Sarah; Claesson, Marcus J.; Turroni, Francesca; Klaenhammer, Todd R.; Sinderen, Douwe van; O'Toole, Paul W. (Nature Publishing Group, 2009-01)
    The human body is colonized by an enormous population of bacteria (microbiota) that provides the host with coding capacity and metabolic activities. Among the human gut microbiota are health-promoting indigenous species ...
  • Ventura, Marco; Turroni, Francesca; Canchaya, Carlos; Vaughan, Elaine E.; O'Toole, Paul W.; Sinderen, Douwe van (Frontiers In Bioscience, 2009-01-01)
    Bacterial communities reside in very different ecological niches on and within the human host, such as those associated with the alimentary tract. The human gastrointestinal tract is populated with as many as 100 trillion ...
  • O'Sullivan, Orla; O'Callaghan, John; Sangrador-Vegas, Amaia; McAuliffe, Olivia; Slattery, Lydia; Kaleta, Pawel; Callanan, Michael; Fitzgerald, Gerald F.; Ross, R. Paul; Beresford, Tom (BioMed Central, 2009-03-05)
    Background: The recently sequenced genome of Lactobacillus helveticus DPC4571 revealed a dairy organism with significant homology (75% of genes are homologous) to a probiotic bacteria Lb. acidophilus NCFM. This led us to ...
  • Mills, S.; Stanton, Catherine; Fitzgerald, Gerald F.; Ross, R. Paul (BioMed Central, 2011-08)
    Before a probiotic bacterium can even begin to fulfill its biological role, it must survive a battery of environmental stresses imposed during food processing and passage through the gastrointestinal tract (GIT). Food ...