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Lactobacillus and Urinary Tract Infection By Sriram Seshadri
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Probiotic system has revolutionized the medical field with multiple application. The present study explores the isolation of bacteria, exploring its probiotic potential and use of the best isolated... More > probiotic lactobacillus, modifying them and exploring its treatment efficacy. Urinary Tract infection is one of the most prominent infection affecting 99% of women across the globe. Majority suffers from recurrent type. Antibiotics have largely failed to provide a treatment. Alternative options which are safer and long lasting is highly desirable. Probiotic lactobacillus have been explored as a treatment strategy.< 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
Batteri lattici, gli Effective Microorganisms e le fioriture per le api By domenico prisa
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Numerosi studi dimostrano che una comunità microbica equilibrata nel tratto Intestinale è di estrema utilità per un buono stato di salute dell’ape. Prove scientifiche di... More > MOHR e TEBBE (2006) e FOSTER et al. (2007) hanno dimostrato un indebolimento e una moria delle api in seguito ad uno sbilanciamento dei microrganismi dell’ambiente intestinale. I batteri acetici e lattici sembrano quelli presenti in percentuale maggiore nell’ambiente intestinale dell’ape. L’impiego di microrganismi benefici come gli EM può rappresentare una promettente alternativa a basso impatto ambientale. I batteri presenti negli EM (Prisa, 2017a;2017b) possono contenere le popolazioni di patogeni producendo sostanze che inibiscono il loro sviluppo e abbassando il pH. Larve alimentate con ceppi di batteri lattici hanno confermato poi la possibilità di proteggere l’ape in fase adulta da numerose malattie (FORSGREN et al., 2010).< Less
Bacterial Vaginosis: Medical Guidelines of Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) for Woman By Gale Schoenle
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Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is a sign of a change in the growth of vaginal bacteria. The resulting chemical imbalance occurs when different types of bacteria outnumber the normal “good,” or... More > beneficial, ones. Instead of Lactobacillus (a type bacteria that normally lives in the vagina) being most common, increased numbers of bacteria such as Gardnerella vaginalis, Bacteroides, Mobiluncus, and Mycoplasma hominis inhabit the vaginas of women with BV. Bacterial Vaginosis: A Medical Guidelines of Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) for Woman will provide you medical concepts about bacterial vaginosis (BV) including cause, symptom, risk factor, prevention and treatment of BV with medical regimen that will help you to cure BV efficiently.< Less

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