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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
Artisan Bread In Five Minutes a Day:A Complete Guide In Making Easy and Delicious Sourdough Bread (Artisan Bread Recipes, No Knead Artisan Bread) By Annie Ramsey
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Sourdough bread (also known as artisan bread) is made by a long fermentation process of dough that uses naturally occurring or "wild" yeasts and Lactobacilli. Recent studies have shown that... More > sourdough fermentation can also encourage digestive healing in people with Celiac disease when eaten as part of a Gluten-Free diet. For several years researchers have been experimenting with sourdough as a way to make bread made with wheat safe for people with Celiac disease. To make Sourdough goods baked with wheat flour safe for Celiac's, Candida Sufferers and anyone following a Gluten-Free diet, all of the flour used in a recipe must ferment with the Sourdough Starter for at least 7 hours. It is this process that "kills" or renders the gluten harmless. Most store-bought "Sourdough" breads are not baked using this method nor a traditional starter and thus, despite being "Sourdough", are not safely gluten-free.< Less
Artisan Bread In Five Minutes a Day:A Complete Guide In Making Easy and Delicious Sourdough Bread (Artisan Bread Recipes, No Knead Artisan Bread) By Annie Ramsey
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Sourdough bread (also known as artisan bread) is made by a long fermentation process of dough that uses naturally occurring or "wild" yeasts and Lactobacilli. Recent studies have shown that... More > sourdough fermentation can also encourage digestive healing in people with Celiac disease when eaten as part of a Gluten-Free diet. For several years researchers have been experimenting with sourdough as a way to make bread made with wheat safe for people with Celiac disease. To make Sourdough goods baked with wheat flour safe for Celiac's, Candida Sufferers and anyone following a Gluten-Free diet, all of the flour used in a recipe must ferment with the Sourdough Starter for at least 7 hours. It is this process that "kills" or renders the gluten harmless. Most store-bought "Sourdough" breads are not baked using this method nor a traditional starter and thus, despite being "Sourdough", are not safely gluten-free.< Less
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

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