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Boirivant, M., Strober, W.: The mechanism of action of probiotics. Curr. Opin. Gastroenterol., 2007, 23 , 679–692. Strober W. The mechanism of action of probiotics

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selected probiotic and dairy cultures in fermented soymilk. Fd Chem. , 104 , 10–20. Shah N.P. α-Galactosidase and proteolytic activity of selected probiotic and dairy cultures

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Today, consumers are more interested in functional foods that improve their immune systems than just basic diet. Essentially probiotic dairy products are an important part of the global functional food market. Probiotics are highly beneficial to the

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Progress in Agricultural Engineering Sciences
Authors: Judit Perjéssy, Ferenc Hegyi, Magdolna Nagy-Gasztonyi, Rita Tömösközi-Farkas, and Zsolt Zalán

. Many of members of the Lactobacillus genus have been proven to have a health benefit effect on consumers and are considered as probiotics, live microorganisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host ( FAO

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and metabolism of selected strains of probiotic bacteria in milk- and water-based cereal puddings . Int. Dairy J. , 14 , 957 – 965 . H elland , M.H. , W icklund , T. & N arvhus , J

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Physiology International
Authors: C Ünsal, H Ünsal, M Ekici, E Koç Yildirim, AG Üner, M Yildiz, Ö Güleş, GS Ekren Aşici, M Boyacioğlu, M Balkaya, and F Belge

ischemia, accompanied by immune reactions, oxidative damage, and intestinal barrier disruption ( 14 , 20 ). Thus, exhausting exercise may cause some gastrointestinal symptoms, such as bleeding, nausea, cramp, and diarrhea ( 18 ). Probiotics are

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, M. ( 2005 ). Mining the probiotic genome: advanced strategies, enhanced benefits, perceived obstacles . Curr. Pharm. Design , 11 , 25 – 36 . Chou

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. 2008 91 1282 1298 Heczko, P.B., Strus, M. & Kochan, P. (2006): Critical evaluation of probiotic activity

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: Trudy M. Wassenaar, Anke Zschüttig, Claudia Beimfohr, Thomas Geske, Christian Auerbach, Helen Cook, Kurt Zimmermann, and Florian Gunzer

) Wassenaar TM, Gaastra W: Bacterial virulence, where to draw the line? FEMS Microbiol Letters 201, 1–7 (2001) Wassenaar TM, Alter T (2012): Virulence genes in microbial risk assessment of probiotic organisms: what do genome sequences tell us

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Bohumil Bielik, Ladislav Molnár, Vladimír Vrabec, Romana Andrášiová, Ivana Cingel'ová Maruščáková, Radomíra Nemcová, Juraj Toporčák, and Dagmar Mudroňová

-promoting physiological function of probiotics ( Kaushik et al., 2009 ). Probiotic bacteria are defined as ‘live microorganisms which, when administered to a host in adequate amounts, confer them health benefits’ ( FAO/WHO, 2002 ). These organisms must tolerate low pH and

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