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Probiotic Bacteria and Postbiotic Metabolites: Role in Animal and Human health

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Probiotic Bacteria and Postbiotic Metabolites: Role in Animal and Human health

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Auteur(s) :Naheed Mojgani et Maryam Dadar
Editeur :SPRINGER VERLAG
Parution :04/2021
Langue :Anglais Anglais
ISBN :9789811602221
Reliure :Livre relié
Prix :171.00 € ttc
Disponibilité :Livraison sous 2 à 10 jours ouvrables.

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Probiotic Bacteria and Postbiotic Metabolites: Role in Animal and Human health

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This book covers all aspects of probiotic bacteria and their metabolites, as well as their role and significance in human and animal health. Given the role of probiotic bacterial strains in the production of short chain fatty acids, butyrate etc probiotics may be considered as an alternative approach for the prevention or treatment of intestinal dysbiosis, cancers, cardiovascular diseases, hypertensions. Additionally, the significance of probiotics added in aquaculture systems for improving health, performance and growth of aquatic organisms has been highlighted. In this book, the multi-functional role of probiotics and their post-biotic metabolites in improving overall health status of man and animals, is discussed. It is a comprehensive compilation useful for researchers, academics, veterinarians and students in the field of microbiology, food technology and biotechnology.

Table des matières :

Chapter 1. Bacillus spp. In Aquaculture mechanisms and Applications: An Update View.- Chapter 2. Immunity and Gut Microbiome: role of Probiotics and Prebiotics.- Chapter 3. Preventive Effects of Probiotics and Prebiotics in Food Allergy: potentials and promises.- Chapter 4. An Overview of Dairy Probiotic Microflora.- Chapter 5. Remarkable Metabolic Versatility of the Commensal Bacteria Eubacterium hallii and Intestinimonas butyriciproducens, Potential Next Generation Probiotics.- Chapter 6. Anti-carcinogenic Potential of Probiotic, Postbiotic Metabolites and Paraprobiotics on Human Cancer Cells.- Chapter 7. Postbiotic Metabolites of Probiotic in Animal Health.- Chapter 8. Probiotics Application: Implication for Sustainable Aquaculture.- Chapter 9. Honeybees Gut as a Reservoir of Probiotic Bacteria.- Chapter 10. Role of Probiotic Bacteria on Bio-availability of Functional Ingredients Under Fermentation Process.- Chapter 11. Quality and Health Aspects of Dairy Foods Affected by Probiotic Microbes and Their Metabolites.- Chapter 12. Encountering the Antibiotic Resistance by Bioactive Components and Therapies: Probiotics, Phytochemicals and Phages.- Chapter 13. Probiotic Bacteria as a functional Delivery Vehicle for the Development of Live Oral Vaccines.- Chapter 14. Promising Aspects of Probiotics and Postbiotics Derived from Lactic Acid Bacteria as Pharma Foods.- Chapter 15. Non-Dairy Foods as Potential Carriers of Probiotic Bacteria and Postbiotics.

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