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The prebiotic characteristics of fructooligosaccharides are necessary for reduction of TNBS-induced colitis in rats.
Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) increase the growth of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) and promote butyrate and lactate production. Because of these properties, FOS may benefit intestinal inflammation. TheExpand
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Acacia Gum is a Bifidogenic Dietary Fibre with High Digestive Tolerance in Healthy Humans
The objective of the present study was to determine whether acacia gum (GUM) is a prebiotic fibre and to evaluate its intestinal tolerance in healthy subjects. The effects of increasing doses of GUMExpand
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Intestinal Proportion of Blautia sp. is Associated with Clinical Stage and Histoprognostic Grade in Patients with Early-Stage Breast Cancer
ABSTRACT Improving knowledge about breast cancer etiology is crucial in order to propose prevention strategies for this pathology. Gut microbiota is involved in numerous physiopathological situationsExpand
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How to Manipulate the Microbiota: Prebiotics.
During the last century, human nutrition has evolved from the definition of our nutritional needs and the identification of ways to meet them, to the identification of food components that canExpand
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Ultrastructure et histochimie de la cuticule pharyngienne chez Eulalia viridis Müller, (Annélide Polychète Errante, Phyllodocidae)
  • Catherine Michel
  • Biology
  • Zeitschrift für Zellforschung und Mikroskopische…
  • 1 March 1969
SummaryThe pharyngeal epithelium of Eulalia viridis (Müller) is covered with a thick cuticle and is built up by two types of glandular cells: 1) serous cells secreting inactive proteolytique enzymesExpand
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Intrauterine Growth Restriction Alters Postnatal Colonic Barrier Maturation in Rats
Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) is a leading cause of perinatal mortality and morbidity and increases the risk for necrotizing enterocolitis. We hypothesized that colonic barrier disruptionExpand
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Degraded Carrageenan Causing Colitis in Rats Induces TNF Secretion and ICAM-1 Upregulation in Monocytes through NF-κB Activation
Carrageenan (CGN) is a high molecular weight sulphated polysaccharide derived from red seaweeds. In rodents, its degraded forms (dCGN) can induce intestinal inflammation associated with macrophageExpand
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Preweaning modulation of intestinal microbiota by oligosaccharides or amoxicillin can contribute to programming of adult microbiota in rats.
OBJECTIVE Increasing evidence suggests that early nutrition has programming effects on adult health. Identifying mechanisms underlying nutritional programming would aid in the design of new diseaseExpand
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Exercise training can attenuate preeclampsia-like features in an animal model
Objective Exercise training benefits have been widely investigated and used as alternative treatment for different pathological conditions. Since preeclampsia is a severe pregnancy-associated diseaseExpand
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