Survival and beneficial effects of propionibacteria in the human gut: in vivo and in vitro investigations

@inproceedings{Gwnal2002SurvivalAB,
  title={Survival and beneficial effects of propionibacteria in the human gut: in vivo and in vitro investigations},
  author={Gw{\'e}na{\"e}l and Sunirmal Jana and Pauline and LEVERRIERa and Providoli Isabelle and PROUDYb and Nathalie and ROLANDb and R. Kaskoreff},
  year={2002}
}
Propionibacteria, which are largely used as Swiss-type cheese starters, also constitute promising human probiotics because of their beneficial effects on intestinal bifidobacteria and bacterial enzyme activities. To be efficient, they must survive acid stress imposed within the stomach and the surfactant effects of bile salts. We thus investigated the ability of Propionibacterium freudenreichii(strain Propiofidus® SI41) to adapt to, and survive these stresses. In an in vivo study, 7 volunteers… CONTINUE READING

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