Structural bacterial molecules as potential candidates for an evolution of the classical concept of probiotics.

@article{Caselli2011StructuralBM,
  title={Structural bacterial molecules as potential candidates for an evolution of the classical concept of probiotics.},
  author={Michele Caselli and Giuseppina Vaira and Girolamo Cal{\`o} and Francesco Ballio Michele Giugliano Giuseppe Passoni Riccardo Papini and John Holton and Dino Vaira},
  journal={Advances in nutrition},
  year={2011},
  volume={2 5},
  pages={372-6}
}
A large number of experimental and clinical studies published in recent years have demonstrated the beneficial role of probiotic bacteria in the health of the host. However, because the different receptors of the innate immune system can recognize only specific bacterial molecular patterns, knowledge of the role played by individual probiotic molecular patterns is essential to move from the current confused era of live probiotic bacteria to the era of the pharmacobiotic strategies. This article… CONTINUE READING

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