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- Ghadimi, Darab; Nielsen, Annegret; Yoness Hassan, Mohamed Farghaly; Fölster-Holst, Regina; de Vrese, Michael; Heller, Knut J.
- PharmaNutrition 2019 v.8 pp. 100145
- Bifidobacterium breve; IKappaB kinase; Lactobacillus brevis; Lactobacillus rhamnosus; Toll-like receptor 4; Western blotting; beta catenin; biomarkers; coculture; energy intake; energy metabolism; enzyme activity; enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; epithelium; fructose; glucose; hepcidin; human cell lines; humans; in vitro studies; interleukin-17; interleukin-1beta; interleukin-6; intestinal microorganisms; intestines; ligands; luciferase; macrophages; messenger RNA; mitogen-activated protein kinase; models; phosphorylation; protein content; protein synthesis; reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction; serine; tau-protein kinase; transcription (genetics); transcription factor NF-kappa B; transcriptional activation; triacylglycerols; tumor necrosis factor-alpha
- ... Increasing evidence indicates that commensal bifidobacteria of the natural intestinal microbiota play a critical role in energy metabolism in vivo. However, the precise molecular basis and biochemical causes are not well understood. It has been shown that there is a reciprocal regulation of the TLR4/NF-kB and the Wnt/β-catenin pathway in vivo. We, therefore, aimed at investigating the possible rol ...
- Tarhani, Fariba; Nezami, Alireza
- PharmaNutrition 2019 v.8 pp. 100144
- avirulent strains; congenital abnormalities; death; enterocolitis; heart diseases; humans; intestinal microorganisms; morbidity; mortality; neonates; patients; premature birth; probiotics; risk factors; surgery
- ... Probiotics are live non-pathogenic microorganisms and are mostly found living symbiotically in the human gut microbiota. They have currently been successfully administered to patients undergoing several forms of surgeries though few successfully data exist on their pediatric clinical application. Congenital heart disease (CHD) has been reported to be one of the most significant causes of morbidity ...