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- Kathryn Prame Kumar; Alyce J. Nicholls; Connie H. Y. Wong
- Cell and tissue research 2018 v.371 no.3 pp. 551-565
- atherosclerosis; autoimmune diseases; digestive system; functional properties; homeostasis; immune response; inflammation; kidneys; longevity; macrophages; monocytes; neutrophils; pathogens; phenotype; plasticity
- ... Neutrophils are becoming recognized as highly versatile and sophisticated cells that display de novo synthetic capacity and potentially prolonged lifespan. Emerging concepts such as neutrophil heterogeneity and plasticity have revealed that, under pathological conditions, neutrophils may differentiate into discrete subsets defined by distinct phenotypic and functional characteristics. Indeed, thes ...
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- Kundi Yang; Mengyang Xu; Fanyi Zhong; Jiangjiang Zhu
- Journal of microbiological methods 2018 v.154 pp. 147-155
- Lactobacillus; data quality; digestive system; functional properties; humans; lactic acid; lactic acid bacteria; metabolites; metabolomics; monitoring; probiotics; spectrometers; sugars
- ... Lactobacillus, the major genus of lactic acid bacteria group, plays functional roles in the human body, for example, convert sugars to lactic acid. They are the significant microbiota which can be found at a number of human body sites, such as the digestive system, urinary system, and genital system. A number of Lactobacillus species are often used as probiotics and can benefit host health when ad ...
- Gabriela P. Martino; Martín Espariz; Gabriel Gallina Nizo; Luis Esteban; Víctor S. Blancato; Christian Magni
- International journal of food microbiology 2018 v.277 pp. 1-9
- Enterococcus durans; Enterococcus faecium; Galleria mellonella; amino acids; bile salts; cheese ripening; cheeses; citrates; diacetyl; digestive system; esterases; flavor compounds; food industry; functional properties; genes; genomics; in vivo studies; industrial applications; lactose; maltose; milk; models; nucleic acid hybridization; pathogens; peptide transporters; peptides; phylogeny; probiotics; proteinases; safety assessment; salt tolerance; soil; tyramine; virulence
- ... The members of the Enterococcus genus are widely distributed in nature. Its strains have been extensively reported to be present in plant surfaces, soil, water and food. In an attempt to assess their potential application in food industry, four Enterococcus faecium group-strains recently isolated from Argentinean regional cheese products were evaluated using a combination of whole genome analyses ...