Gut derived lactic acid bacteria induce strain specific CD4(+) T cell responses in human PBMC.

@article{Roock2011GutDL,
  title={Gut derived lactic acid bacteria induce strain specific CD4(+) T cell responses in human PBMC.},
  author={Sytze de Roock and Merel van Elk and Maarten Otto Hoekstra and Berent Prakken and Ger T. Rijkers and Ism{\'e} de Kleer},
  journal={Clinical nutrition},
  year={2011},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={845-51}
}
BACKGROUND & AIMS Probiotic bacteria are used as food supplement in many different disease settings. The immune modulating capacity of different strains is not always properly tested which might result in a suboptimal choice of strains for clinical use. METHODS The CD4 T cell responses to 19 different gut derived lactic acid bacteria were tested with different methods to show their diversity in immune modulation and to make a well-founded choice on which strains to use in future clinical… CONTINUE READING

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