Many positive actions of probiotics in human gastrointestinal tract

@inproceedings{Slaanac2010ManyPA,
  title={Many positive actions of probiotics in human gastrointestinal tract},
  author={Vedran Sla{\vc}anac and Jovica Hardi and Mirela Lu{\vc}an and Rajka Bo{\vz}ani{\'c} and Sabina Gali{\'c} and Daliborka Koceva-Komleni{\'c}},
  year={2010}
}
  • Vedran Slačanac, Jovica Hardi, +3 authors Daliborka Koceva-Komlenić
  • Published 2010
Lactobacilli are part of the normal oral, intestinal and vaginal microflora (Reid, 2001). Lactobacilli have long been subject of interest of the food, especially of the dairy industry (Klaenhammer, 1982; Tamime et al., 2003). Consumption of lactobacilli has been connected to the positive effects of human health for a long time. In general, lactobacilli have not been associated with disease and have been regarded as nonpathogenic members of the intestinal and urogenital flora (Merk et al., 2005… CONTINUE READING
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