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- Maldonado-Gomez, Maria X., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- International dairy journal 2015 v.40 pp. 24-32
- Cronobacter sakazakii; Salmonella enterica; adhesins; cow colostrum; enteropathogenic Escherichia coli; enteropathogens; epithelial cells; epithelium; human cell lines; in vitro studies; mass spectrometry; nanofiltration; oligosaccharides; permeates; serotypes; tissue culture; ultrafiltration
- ... To initiate colonization, microbial pathogens express adhesins that recognize and adhere to host tissue cells. One strategy for inhibiting adherence relies on the presence of molecules that mimic epithelial receptor sites. In this study, in vitro experiments using HEp-2 cells were performed to assess the anti-adherence properties of bovine colostrum fractions against enteropathogenic Escherichia c ...