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- Pirolla, Renan Augusto Siqueira, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Journal of molecular biology 2019 v.431 no.4 pp. 732-747
- Bacteroidetes; Bifidobacterium; active sites; bees; beta-mannosidase; carbohydrates; depolymerization; digestive system; ecosystems; hosts; humans; intestinal microorganisms; moieties; nutrition; probiotics; rabbits; swine; symbionts; tryptophan
- ... Bifidobacteria represent one of the first colonizers of human gut microbiota, providing to this ecosystem better health and nutrition. To maintain a mutualistic relationship, they have enzymes to degrade and use complex carbohydrates non-digestible by their hosts. To succeed in the densely populated gut environment, they evolved molecular strategies that remain poorly understood. Herein, we report ...