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  • Ananta, E.; Birkeland, S.-E.; Corcoran, B.; Fitzgerald, Gerald F.; Hinz, S.; Klijn, A.; Matto, J.; Mercernier, A.; Nilsson, U.; Nyman, M.; O’Sullivan, E.; Parche, S.; Rautonen, N.; Ross, R. Paul; Saarela, M.; Stanton, Catherine; Stahl, U.; Suomalainen, T.; Vincken, J.-P.; Virkajarvi, I.; Voragen, F.; Wesenfeld, J.; Wouters, R.; Knorr, D. (Co-Action Publishing, 2004-07)
    Investigates the processing effects on the nutritional advancement of probiotics and prebiotics. Efforts of health researchers to overcome difficulties that impact on the performance of functional foods; Importance of ...
  • Sorenson, Douglas J. (University College Cork, 2006-01)
    Strategic reviews of the Irish Food and Beverage Industry have consistently emphasised the need for food and beverage firms to improve their innovation and marketing capabilities, in order to maintain competitiveness in ...
  • Cronin, Michelle A.; Sleator, Roy D.; Hill, Colin; Fitzgerald, Gerald F.; Sinderen, Douwe van (BioMed Central Ltd., 2008-09-24)
    Background: Probiotics such as bifidobacteria have been shown to maintain a healthy intestinal microbial balance and help protect against infections. However, despite these benefits, bifidobacteria still remain poorly ...
  • Watson, Debbie; Sleator, Roy D.; Hill, Colin; Gahan, Cormac G. (BioMed Central, 2008-10)
    The majority of commensal gastrointestinal bacteria used as probiotics are highly adapted to the specialised environment of the large bowel. However, unlike pathogenic bacteria; they are often inadequately equipped to ...
  • Ryan, Kieran A.; Jayaraman, Thevaraajan; Daly, Paul; Canchaya, Carlos; Curran, Susan; Fang, Fang; Quigley, Eamonn M.; O'Toole, Paul W. (Society for Applied Bacteriology; Blackwell Publishing, 2008-10)
    Aims: Recent evidence suggests that the human gastric microbiota is much more diverse than previously thought. The aim of this study was to assess the potential for isolating lactobacilli from the human stomach.Methods and ...
  • Fang, Fang; O'Toole, Paul W. (Frontiers in Bioscience, 2009-01-01)
    Lactobacilli belong to the genus Lactobacillus, the largest genus among the lactic acid bacteria (LAB). They are abundant in plant material and food resources, or they may inhabit niches in or on the bodies of humans and ...