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Quality evaluation of probiotic pasta produced with Bacillus coagulans GBI-30

Gözde Konuray, Zerrin Erginkaya,

Nowadays, the production of non-dairy and heat-treated probiotic foods has been gaining high interest. With this aim, due to its spore-forming ability Bacillus coagulans has been widely used in research studies. In this study, probiotic pasta production was accomplished with the addition of Bacillus coagulans GBI-30 spores into semolina. Samples ... Read more >>

(Innovative food science & emerging technologies.)
[2021, 66:Not Available]

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The gut microbiome: implications for neurogenesis and neurological diseases.

Cheng Liu, Shang-Yu Yang, Long Wang, Fang Zhou,

There is an increasing recognition of the strong links between the gut microbiome and the brain, and there is persuasive evidence that the gut microbiome plays a role in a variety of physiological processes in the central nervous system. This review summarizes findings that gut microbial composition alterations are linked ... Read more >>

Neural Regen Res (Neural regeneration research)
[2022, 17(1):53-58]

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Effects of oral administration of Spirulina platensis and probiotics on serum immunity indexes, colonic immune factors, fecal odor, and fecal flora in mice.

Lingyan Zhang, Xing Tao Zhang, Pingting Jin, Hongbo Zhao, Xue Liu, Qingkai Sheng,

To evaluate the effects of Spirulina platensis and probiotics on growth, immunity indexes, fecal flora, and fecal odor in mice, 40 mice were randomly allotted to four groups, and each was administrated with nothing, S. platensis, probiotics, or both for 28 days, respectively. Then, many indexes were measured. The results showed that ... Read more >>

Anim Sci J (Animal science journal = Nihon chikusan Gakkaiho)
[2021, 92(1):e13593]

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Metabolic profiling of probiotic low-sodium prato cheese with flavour enhancers: Usefulness of NMR spectroscopy and chemometric tools

Celso F Balthazar, Jonas T Guimarães, Ramon S Rocha, Roberto P C Neto, Erick A Esmerino, Hugo L A Silva, Elenilson G Alves Filho, Tatiana C Pimentel, Sueli Rodrigues, Edyr S Brito, Maria Inês B Tavares, Marcia Cristina Silva, Renata S L Raices, Mõnica Q Freitas, Daniel Granato, Adriano G Cruz,

The metabolic profiling of probiotic low-sodium Prato cheeses with addition of food enhancers (arginine, yeast extract, and oregano extract) along the ripening time (1, 30, 60 days) using NMR spectroscopy and chemometric tools (PCA and PLS-DA) was evaluated. Aromatic and aliphatic structures and lactic acid were the most dominant compounds ... Read more >>

Int Dairy J (International dairy journal.)
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The safety and potential probiotic properties analysis of Streptococcus alactolyticus strain FGM isolated from the chicken cecum

Jingyan Zhang, Hong Zhang, Lei Wang, Kang Zhang, Zhengying Qiu, Kai Zhang, Cong Yue, Yong Zhang, Jianxi Li, Xingxu Zhao,

PURPOSE: Streptococcus alactolyticus strain FGM is used to ferment Astragalus membranaceus to develop a novel feed additive for animals in China. This study aimed at characterizing the safety and potential probiotic features of the strain FGM in vitro. METHODS: The genome of S. alactolyticus strain FGM was sequenced and used ... Read more >>

Ann Microbiol (Annals of microbiology)
[2021, 71(1):19]

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Influence of gut microbiota on eye diseases: an overview.

Pasquale Napolitano, Mariaelena Filippelli, Sergio Davinelli, Silvia Bartollino, Roberto dell'Omo, Ciro Costagliola,

The microbiota is a dynamic ecosystem that plays a major role in the host health. Numerous studies have reported that alterations in the intestinal microbiota (dysbiosis) may contribute to the pathogenesis of various common diseases such as diabetes, neuropsychiatric diseases, and cancer. However, emerging findings also suggest the existence of ... Read more >>

Ann Med (Annals of medicine)
[2021, 53(1):750-761]

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Carboxymethylpachymaran/alginate gel entrapping of natural pollen capsules for the encapsulation, protection and delivery of probiotics with enhanced viability

Ziyu Deng, Jing Li, Rong Song, Bin Zhou, Bin Li, Hongshan Liang,

There are multiple obstacles for the storage and digestion of probiotic products because of their poor viability. This study developed a new core-shell structure (sporopollenin exine capsules (SECs) as the core and Ca-alginate (Alg)/carboxymethylpachymaran (CMP) gel as the shell) for the protection of probiotics, which could not only enhance the ... Read more >>

(Food hydrocolloids.)
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Microencapsulating polymers for probiotics delivery systems: Preparation, characterization, and applications

Seyedehhamideh Razavi, Sajjad Janfaza, Nishat Tasnim, Deanna L Gibson, Mina Hoorfar,

Probiotics are a promising prevention and treatment strategy for several diseases, such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), atopic diseases, acute infectious diarrhea, and antibiotic-associated diarrhea. Although probiotics are associated with many health benefits, their application is limited due to reductions in the viability of probiotic cells ... Read more >>

(Food hydrocolloids.)
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Use of probiotic strains to produce beers by axenic or semi-separated co-culture system

L C Silva, G B Schmidt, L G O Alves, V S Oliveira, R Laureano-Melo, E Stutz, J F P Martins, B P Paula, R H Luchese, A F Guerra, P Rodrigues,

This study evaluated the production of beers to serve as matrices for probiotic delivery and designed suitable fermentation systems. Two types of beers (wheat and sour) were produced by fermentation in an axenic (Saccharomyces cerevisiae var boulardii 17) or semi-separated co-culture system (Lacticaseibacillus paracasei DTA-81 and Saccharomyces cerevisiae S-04). Firstly, ... Read more >>

(Food and bioproducts processing.)
[2021, 124:408-418]

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The gut-brain axis and Parkinson disease: clinical and pathogenetic relevance.

Elisa Menozzi, Jane Macnaughtan, Anthony H V Schapira,

Gastrointestinal disorders are one of the most significant non-motor problems affecting people with Parkinson disease (PD). Pathogenetically, the gastrointestinal tract has been proposed to be the initial site of pathological changes in PD. Intestinal inflammation and alterations in the gut microbiota may contribute to initiation and progression of pathology in ... Read more >>

Ann Med (Annals of medicine)
[2021, 53(1):611-625]

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Divalent cations are antagonistic to survivability of freeze-dried probiotics encapsulated in cross-linked alginate

Li Ling Tan, Kaarunya Sampathkumar, Jia Hui Wong, Say Chye Joachim Loo,

Alginate encapsulation is amongst the most studied probiotic encapsulation formulations in the literature, preferred for its low toxicity, low cost and ability to protect entrapped probiotics against acidic pH. Despite extensive academic studies, there has been little commercial translation of alginate-encapsulated probiotic formulations. In this study, we hypothesized that factors ... Read more >>

(Food and bioproducts processing.)
[2021, 124:369-377]

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Encapsulation of Lactobacillus casei in quince seed gum-alginate beads to produce a functional synbiotic drink powder by agro-industrial by-products and freeze-drying

Mohammad Jouki, Naimeh Khazaei, Somayeh Rashidi-Alavijeh, Sara Ahmadi,

A new functional synbiotic drink powder based on plant by-products (grape pulp, pomegranate and beetroot peels extracts), Lactobacillus casei, and the use of microencapsulation (by quince seed gum (QSG) and sodium alginate (Alg)) and freeze-drying technologies were produced and characterized. Evaluation of the functional properties of drink powders showed that ... Read more >>

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Bioactive packaging based on delipidated egg yolk protein edible films with lactobionic acid and Lactobacillus plantarum CECT 9567: Characterization and use as coating in a food model

S Sáez-Orviz, I Marcet, M Rendueles, M Díaz,

Egg yolk is a source of proteins that can be used to develop novel food packaging material. In this study, three different bioactive films were developed using delipidated egg yolk proteins, the first was loaded with a probiotic (PRO, Lactobacillus plantarum CECT 9567), the second one with a prebiotic (PRE, ... Read more >>

(Food hydrocolloids.)
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Protective and ameliorating effects of probiotics against diet-induced obesity: A review

Chao Tang, Liangyu Kong, Mengyuan Shan, Zhaoxin Lu, Yingjian Lu,

Diet-induced obesity is one of the major public health concerns all over the world, and obesity also contributes to the development of other chronic diseases such as non-alcoholic fatty acid liver disease, type 2 diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular diseases. Evidence shows that the pathogenesis of obesity and obesity-associated chronic diseases ... Read more >>

Food Res Int (Food research international (Ottawa, Ont.))
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The probiotic properties of different preparations using Lactococcus lactis Z-2 on intestinal tract, blood and hepatopancreas in Cyprinus carpio

Junli Wang, Junchang Feng, Shasha Liu, Zhongliang Cai, Dongying Song, Liping Yang, Guoxing Nie,

Basing on the beneficial effects of live Lactococcus lactis Z-2 and its extracellular polysaccharides on the common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) in the previous studies, the present study aims may be appropriate to investigate the functions of other forms of L. lactis Z-2 (namely, heat-killed or cellular components) on the ... Read more >>

Aquaculture (Aquaculture (Amsterdam, Netherlands))
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Effect of Bacillus subtilis C-3102 supplementation in milk replacer on growth and rumen microbiota in preweaned calves.

Satoshi Koike, Machiho Ueno, Nobuhisa Ashida, Tomokazu Imabayashi, Yasuo Kobayashi,

We aimed to assess the effect of feeding Bacillus subtilis C-3102 on the growth and rumen microbiota in the preweaned calves. Twelve newborn Japanese Black calves were randomly allocated to either the control (n = 6) or the treatment (n = 6) groups in the present study. Calves in the treatment group were offered ... Read more >>

Anim Sci J (Animal science journal = Nihon chikusan Gakkaiho)
[2021, 92(1):e13580]

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Enhancement of oral bioavailability of natural compounds and probiotics by mucoadhesive tailored biopolymer-based nanoparticles: A review

M Carmen Gómez-Guillén, M Pilar Montero,

Encapsulation in polymer NPs (NPs) is a well-recognized way to improve the oral bioavailability of hydrophobic and hydrophilic compounds by enhancing their solubility in aqueous medium, to protect them from acid and enzymatic degradation in the gastrointestinal tract, and to favour their permeability across the mucosal membranes. Nanostructures rather than ... Read more >>

(Food hydrocolloids.)
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Probiotics in Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology.

Detlef Neumann, Roland Seifert,

Naunyn Schmiedebergs Arch Pharmacol (Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology)
[2021, 394(8):1595-1597]

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Probiotic and safety assessment of Lactobacillus strains isolated from Lebanese Baladi goat milk

Leacady Saliba, Georgia Zoumpopoulou, Rania Anastasiou, Georges Hassoun, Yiannis Karayiannis, Dionyssios Sgouras, Effie Tsakalidou, Pietrino Deiana, Luigi Montanari, Nicoletta P Mangia,

Microbiological and physicochemical parameters of Lebanese Baladi goat milk from six farms were evaluated and 28 Lactobacillus strains were isolated and examined in vitro for their probiotic potential. Goat milk showed a balanced physicochemical composition while variable LAB counts were observed among samples. All isolates were identified as Lactobacillus rhamnosus. They ... Read more >>

Int Dairy J (International dairy journal.)
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Functional enrichment of gut microbiome by early supplementation of Bacillus based probiotic in cage free hens: a field study.

Samiullah Khan, Kapil K Chousalkar,

<h4>Background</h4>The chicken gut microbiota passes through different stages of maturation; therefore, strengthening it with well characterised probiotics increases its resilience required for optimum gut health and wellbeing. However, there is limited information on the interaction of Bacillus based probiotics with gut microbial community members in cage free laying chickens both ... Read more >>

Anim Microbiome (Animal microbiome)
[2021, 3(1):50]

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Effects of crude Sphallerocarpus gracilis polysaccharides as potential prebiotics on acidifying activity and growth of probiotics in fermented milk

Teng Wang, Zichen Ye, Shaodong Liu, Yun Yang, Junwei Dong, Kai Wang, Shixuan Zhang, Qiang Shen, Xing Li, Diru Liu,

Sphallerocarpus gracilis is a medicinal and edible plant in China with high nutritional value. This paper reports on the potential application of crude polysaccharides from Sphallerocarpus gracilis (SGP) as prebiotics. The crude SGP was characterized, and its digestibility, positive effects on acid production and growth of probiotics during milk fermentation ... Read more >>

Lebensm Wiss Technol (Lebensmittel-Wissenschaft + [i.e. und] Technologie.)
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Can probiotic or prebiotic yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) serve as alternatives to in-feed antibiotics for healthy or disease-challenged broiler chickens?: a review

E U Ahiwe, T T Tedeschi Dos Santos, H Graham, P A Iji,

The ban on the use of antibiotics in feed for broiler chickens in some parts of the world, coupled with increasing consumer demand for antibiotics-free poultry products, has in recent decades increased the interest of poultry researchers and producers to identify suitable alternatives to such antibiotics. One such alternative is ... Read more >>

(Journal of applied poultry research.)
[2021, 30(3):Not Available]

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Pulsed electric field pre-treatment for enhanced bacterial survival after drying: Effect of carrier matrix and strain variability

Evelien M J Vaessen, Heidy M W den Besten, Kevin M N Leito, Maarten A I Schutyser,

Previous studies suggest that increased intracellular trehalose concentrations can result in increased robustness of probiotics and starter cultures after processing. We evaluated whether pulsed electric field (PEF) pre-treatment, resulting in increased intracellular trehalose concentrations, can lead to enhanced survival during spray drying and subsequent storage and what the effect of ... Read more >>

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Impact of probiotics supplement on the gut microbiota in neonates with antibiotic exposure: an open-label single-center randomized parallel controlled study.

Hui Zhong, Xiang-Geng Wang, Jing Wang, Yan-Jie Chen, Huan-Long Qin, Rong Yang,

<h4>Background</h4>Antibiotics, a common strategy used for neonatal infection, show consistent effect on the gut microbiota of neonates. Supplementation with probiotics has become increasingly popular in mitigating the loss of the gut microbiota. However, no clear consensus recommending the use of probiotics in the infection of neonates currently exists. This study ... Read more >>

World J Pediatr (World journal of pediatrics : WJP)
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Current status of non-thermal processing of probiotic foods: A review

Niveditha Asaithambi, Sushil Kumar Singh, Poonam Singha,

Probiotic foods containing beneficial microorganisms have been in demand due to improved digestion and gut environment upon consumption. Since thermal sterilization might affect the viability of probiotic strains, numerous researchers focused on the non-thermal processing of probiotic foods. Non-thermal technologies including high-pressure processing, pulsed electric field, ultrasound, irradiation, and cold ... Read more >>

(Journal of food engineering.)
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