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ADIPOCYTE VIABILITY AND LDH By DIMITRIOS VLACHAKIS
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An introduction to the background science required to understand the biological complications of adipose tissue immobilisation and cell viability through an LDH assay.
Probiotics and Prebiotics: Current Research and Future Trends By Koen Venema
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Hardback: ISBN 978-1-910190-09-8 EAN 9781910190098 Written by leading international researchers, each chapter affords a critical insight to a particular topic, reviews current research, discusses... More > future direction and aims to stimulate discussion. Topics range from the different microorganisms used as probiotics (lactobacilli, bifidobacteria, yeast, etc) and techniques and approaches used (metagenomics, etc) to the reviews of the clinical and medical aspects. The provision of extensive reference sections positively encourages readers to pursue each subject in greater detail. Containing 33 chapters, the book is an invaluable source of information and essential reading for everyone working with probiotics, prebiotics and the gut microbiota, from the PhD student to the experienced scientist, in academia, the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industries and working in clinical environments.< Less
Lactobacillus Genomics and Metabolic Engineering By Sandra M. Ruzal
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Paperback: ISBN 978-1-910190-89-0 EAN 9781910190890 The considerable commercial importance has stimulated a plethora of research projects studying the genomics, molecular biology and metabolic... More > engineering of these bacteria and prompted the need for this concise book which provides a timely overview of the field. Topics covered include: the genomic perspective on niche adaptability; catabolic pathways of complex carbohydrates metabolism; the production of lactate; genetics, biology of the cell envelope and applications of the S-layer proteins; lactobacilli bacteriophage; DNA transfer into Lactobacillus species; recombinant gene expression and genomics of antibiotic resistance in Lactobacillus. This book is an invaluable source of information and essential reading for everyone working with lactobacilli, lactic acid bacteria and probiotics, from the PhD student to the experienced scientist, in academia, the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industries and those working in clinical environments.< Less
Research and Applications in Bacteriocins By Margaret Riley & Osnat Gillor
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The authors in this book discuss the identification and characterisation of this diverse group of protein toxins and review the ever-increasing number of potential applications in human health,... More > veterinary medicine, crop management, agriculture, food preservation and bioremediation. Topics covered include: biosynthesis, structure and function, genetic modification, cytotoxic activity, potential as antimicrobials, and applications in agriculture and veterinary health. An essential book for all scientists interested in antimicrobials, drug development, bacterial toxins, lactic acid bacteria.< Less
Brewing Microbiology: Current Research, Omics and Microbial Ecology By Nicholas A. Bokulich
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Paperback: ISBN 978-1-910190-61-6 EAN 9781910190616 This volume surveys the most recent discoveries in brewing microbiology, with an emphasis on omics techniques and other modern technologies.... More > Discoveries in these areas have furthered our knowledge of brewing processes, with practical applications from barley growth and malting to yeast management, strain selection, fermentation control, and quality assurance. The chapters, written by experts in the field, aim not only to illuminate recent progress, but also to discuss its impact on brewing practices. Topics covered include the physiology, fermentation, taxonomy, diversity, typing, genetic manipulation, genomics and evolution of brewing yeasts. Further areas covered include the fungal contamination of barley and malt, spoilage by lactic acid bacteria and gram-negative bacteria, and beer-spoiling yeasts. This volume is highly recommended for anyone involved in the microbiology of brewing.< Less
Flow Cytometry in Microbiology: Technology and Applications By Martin G. Wilkinson
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Hardback: ISBN 978-1-910190-11-1 EAN 9781910190111 In this text renowned authors have brought together a wealth of experience demonstrating the power and limitations of flow cytometry as it... More > currently stands in the field of microbiology. The book commences with an overview of flow cytometry from Professor Howard Shapiro one of the most eminent scientists in the area of flow cytometry. Further chapters discuss cytometry technology and applications in environmental biotechnology, microbial community fingerprinting, clinical microbiology, lactic acid bacteria, spore forming bacteria, yeasts and fungi, water analysis and chip-based cytometry assays. The book provides a thorough description of flow cytometry and includes practical and up-to-date information aimed specifically at microbiologists. A major work on flow ctyometry for microbiologists, this book should be available in all microbiology libraries.< Less
Fermentation: An Ideal Guide for Seniors By Matthew Hollinder
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Fermentation is a process by which sugar is converted to acid, gas or alcohol. The term can also be used to refer to the growth of organisms whose aim is to produce a specific chemical product. The... More > science of the practice is known as zymology. This can be a great hobby as it is an interesting activity and the process may require a lot of focus and time. It can be used to produce food and beverages and this has been the practice for many years. One example of the application of fermentation is in the preservation process that can produce lactic acid. This is found in some sour foods such as yogurt and pickled cucumbers as well as in some alcoholic wines and beers. The process of fermentation can lead to the production of good bacteria that can be beneficial to the health of the consumer. Optimal health is what everyone aims for and as you go up in age, this will become even more important as you will want to maintain health and live as long as possible.< Less
53 Juice Recipes That Will Help You Prevent Cavities, Gum Disease, Tooth Loss, and Oral Cancers: Prevent and Eliminate Current and Future Oral Problems Using Natural Solutions By Joe Correa CSN
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Without any doubt, healthy and beautiful teeth are a major condition for overall health and confidence. Good dental hygiene and regular visits to the dentist will prevent most common diseases,... More > cavities, gum diseases, etc. However, a proper diet is also an important component in preventing tooth cavities and other more serious oral conditions. One of the main reasons for cavities is definitely sugar. What happens is that sugar increases acidity and converts it into lactic acid in the mouth. This consequently leads tothe growth of harmful bacteria and tooth deterioration. Therefore, in order to preserve a healthy and beautiful smile, you should definitely consider changing some eating habits, especially reduce the sugar. This, of course, doesn't apply to natural sugars found in fruits and some vegetables.< Less
Idunna #103 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #103 (Spring 2015) was our "Heathen Culture" issue. Erik Goodwyn leads off with an article on the importance of culture-building in Heathenry. Ben Waggoner reflects on culture, myth,... More > and the music of Rush in his essay "Closer To The Heart", and John T. Mainer writes about the world-accepting theology of Heathenry. John Mainer also contributes the short story "Lessons of a Hammer." Su Eaves and Connor McMahan discuss the very real cultural problem of alcoholism from a Heathen-centered perspective, and Dan Campbell looks at living with a chronic medical condition. Lorrie Wood defines "Heathen cultures" in yet another way, as she looks at how to culture lactic acid bacteria to make delicious traditionally fermented sauerkraut and other pickled vegetable. And we also feature poetry from Hilary Ayer and Ben Waggoner, news and events from all over the Heathen world, herbalism, book reviews, all the usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #103 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #103 (Spring 2015) was our "Heathen Culture" issue. Erik Goodwyn leads off with an article on the importance of culture-building in Heathenry. Ben Waggoner reflects on culture, myth,... More > and the music of Rush in his essay "Closer To The Heart", and John T. Mainer writes about the world-accepting theology of Heathenry. John Mainer also contributes the short story "Lessons of a Hammer." Su Eaves and Connor McMahan discuss the very real cultural problem of alcoholism from a Heathen-centered perspective, and Dan Campbell looks at living with a chronic medical condition. Lorrie Wood defines "Heathen cultures" in yet another way, as she looks at how to culture lactic acid bacteria to make delicious traditionally fermented sauerkraut and other pickled vegetable. And we also feature poetry from Hilary Ayer and Ben Waggoner, news and events from all over the Heathen world, herbalism, book reviews, all the usual columns, and more!< Less

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