Lipodepsipeptides from Pseudomonas syringae are partially proteolyzed and are not absorbed by humans: an in vitro study.

Abstract

There are some concerns about the use of Pseudomonas-based products as biocontrol agents because of the hemolytic activity shown by their metabolites. The effects of Pseudomonas lipodepsipeptides (LDPs) on mammals via ingestion and the LDP degradation during the digestion and intestinal permeability have not been evaluated. In this research, the… (More)

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