Pseudobutyrivibrio xylanivorans adhesion to epithelial cells.

  title={Pseudobutyrivibrio xylanivorans adhesion to epithelial cells.},
  author={D. Grilli and Mar{\'i}a Eugenia Mansilla and M. C. Gim{\'e}nez and Noelia Sohaefer and Mar{\'i}a Soledad Ruiz and M. Terebiznik and M. Sosa and G. Arenas},
The ruminal bacteria Pseudobutyrivibrio xylanivorans strain 2 (P. xylanivorans 2), that mediates the digestion of plant fiber, is considered an attractive candidate for probiotics. Adherence to the epithelium of the digestive tract of the host is one of the major requirements for probiotics. In this study, we assessed the adhesion of P. xylanivorans 2 to SW480 cells and characterized this process utilizing multiple microscopy approaches. Our results indicate that a multiplicity of infection of… Expand
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