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The potential influence of fruit polyphenols on colonic microflora and human gut health.
The effect of common dietary polyphenols on growth of human gut bacteria and their adhesion to enterocytes was investigated. The influence on the growth of a probiotic (Lactobacillus rhamnosus), aExpand
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Fecal microbial metabolism of polyphenols and its effects on human gut microbiota.
We investigated the biotransformation of four common dietary polyphenols, rutin, quercetin, chlorogenic acid and caffeic acid, in an in vitro mixed culture model of human intestinal microbiota, toExpand
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Factors influencing attachment of thermophilic bacilli to stainless steel
S.G. PARKAR, S.H. FLINT, J.S. PALMER AND J.D. BROOKS. 2001.
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Physiology of biofilms of thermophilic bacilli—potential consequences for cleaning
Abstract. Thermophilic Bacillus species readily attached and grew on stainless steel surfaces, forming mature biofilms of >106.0 cells/cm2 in 6 h on a surface inoculated with the bacteria. CleanExpand
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Evaluation of the effect of cleaning regimes on biofilms of thermophilic bacilli on stainless steel
Aims:  To determine the mechanism for both the removal and inactivation of 18‐h biofilms of a thermophilic Bacillus species that optimally grows at 55°C on stainless steel.
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Cloning of a mucin-desulfating sulfatase gene from Prevotella strain RS2 and its expression using a Bacteroides recombinant system.
A gene encoding the mucin-desulfating sulfatase in Prevotella strain RS2 has been cloned, sequenced, and expressed in an active form. A 600-bp PCR product generated using primers designed from aminoExpand
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Potential Role for the Gut Microbiota in Modulating Host Circadian Rhythms and Metabolic Health
This article reviews the current evidence associating gut microbiota with factors that impact host circadian-metabolic axis, such as light/dark cycles, sleep/wake cycles, diet, and eating patterns.Expand
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In vitro Utilization of Gold and Green Kiwifruit Oligosaccharides by Human Gut Microbial Populations
We examined the effects of whole kiwifruit on gut microbiota using an in vitro batch model of gastric-ileal digestion and colonic fermentation. Faecal fermentations of gold and green kiwifruit,Expand
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Dose-Dependent Alterations to In Vitro Human Microbiota Composition and Butyrate Inhibition by a Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Hops Extract
Hop cones (Humulus lupulus L.) have been used throughout history as an additive in beer brewing and as herbal supplements with medicinal and culinary properties. The objective of this study was toExpand
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