Biological activities and potential health benefit effects of polysaccharides isolated from Lycium barbarum L.
Isolation, structure and bioactivities of the polysaccharides from Angelica sinensis (Oliv.) Diels: a review.
Fungal silver nanoparticles: synthesis, application and challenges
Silver nanoparticles have great potential in the medical and food industries, due to their antimicrobial, anticancer, anti-HIV, and catalytic activities, however, the observed in vitro and in vivo toxicity poses considerable challenges in the synthesis and application of AgNPs.
Structural features and biological activities of the polysaccharides from Astragalus membranaceus.
Modulation of the Gastrointestinal Microbiome with Nondigestible Fermentable Carbohydrates To Improve Human Health.
- E. Deehan, R. Duar, Anissa M. Armet, M. Perez-Muñoz, M. Jin, J. Walter
- BiologyMicrobiology spectrum
- 22 September 2017
The potential of supplementing the human diet with nondigestible fermentable carbohydrates (NDFCs) to modulate the composition, structure, diversity, and metabolic potential of the GI microbiome in an attempt to prevent or treat human disease is discussed.
Asymptomatic Intestinal Colonization with Protist Blastocystis Is Strongly Associated with Distinct Microbiome Ecological Patterns
This work is the first to show a direct association between the presence of Blastocystis and shifts in the gut bacterial and eukaryotic microbiome in the absence of gastrointestinal disease or inflammation.
Biological activity of lipopeptides from Bacillus
Understanding the natural function of these structurally diverse lipopeptides in Bacillus provides insight into microbial regulatory programs and is required for efficient development of more effective products.
Associations between infant fungal and bacterial dysbiosis and childhood atopic wheeze in a nonindustrialized setting
Effects of polysaccharide from mycelia of Ganoderma lucidum on intestinal barrier functions of rats.
Anticancer potential against cervix cancer (HeLa) cell line of probiotic Lactobacillus casei and Lactobacillus paracasei strains isolated from human breast milk.
The results indicate that the Lactobacillus strains isolated from human breast milk could be considered as a topical medication with a potential therapeutic index due to their efficacy against cervix cancer cells.