BopA has no major role in the adhesion of Bifidobacterium bifidum to 1 intestinal epithelial cells , extracellular matrix proteins and mucus 2

@inproceedings{Kainulainena2013BopAHN,
  title={BopA has no major role in the adhesion of Bifidobacterium bifidum to 1 intestinal epithelial cells , extracellular matrix proteins and mucus 2},
  author={Veera Kainulainena and Justus Reunanena and Kaisa Hiippalaa and Simone Guglielmettib and Satu and Vesterlundc and Airi Palvaa and Reetta Satokaria},
  year={2013}
}
  • Veera Kainulainena, Justus Reunanena, +5 authors Reetta Satokaria
  • Published 2013
28 The ability of bifidobacteria to adhere to the intestine of human host is considered to be 29 important for efficient colonization and achieving probiotic effects. Bifidobacterium 30 bifidum strains DSM20456 and MIMBb75 adhere well to human intestinal cell lines, 31 Caco-2 and HT-29. Surface lipoprotein BopA has previously been described to be 32 involved in mediating adherence of B. bifidum to epithelial cells, but experiments with 33 thioacylated, purified BopA inhibited the adhesion of B… CONTINUE READING
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