A peptidic fraction from milk fermented with Lactobacillus helveticus protects mice against Salmonella infection

@inproceedings{Tllez2011APF,
  title={A peptidic fraction from milk fermented with Lactobacillus helveticus protects mice against Salmonella infection},
  author={A G Mario T{\'e}llez and Milena Corredig and Patricia V Turner and Roc{\'i}o T{\'e}llez Morales and Mansel W. Griffiths},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract A peptidic fraction, isolated from milk fermented with Lactobacillus helveticus , was assessed for its ability to bolster the immunity in mice against an oral Salmonella enteritidis challenge. Following four days of feeding with the fraction or saline, mice were challenged with a single Salmonella dose. Mice fed at 0.02 μg day −1 (PO2 group) had higher general health score and survival rate than mice in the control group and in those fed at 0.01 μg day −1 . The Salmonella burden in the… CONTINUE READING

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