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Lactobacillus ⇒ Lactobacillaceae {10000118}

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Lactobacillus
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Initialisation date:
2019-06-23

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Bacteria
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  • [1.142
    - Two species from Lactobacillus genus ( Lactobacillus johnsonii, Lactobacillus gasseri) act upon mitochondria in the liver leading to the improvement of lipid metabolism.
    - Metabolomics analyses revealed that reduced glutathione may mediate these effects.
    - The mice receiving those Lactobacilli also had a lower fat mass index than those fed only a western diet
  • [1.143
    - The glutamate decarboxylase gen in some LAB strains is a potential GABA producer.
    - There are varying levels of inhibition against fungi, with Lactiplantibacillus plantarum and Lentilactobacillusparabuchneri exhibiting the highest suppression against the some strains of Fusarium, Aspergillus, and Penicillium.
    - The antifungal activity is mainly due to the activity of acids produced by LAB.
    - The antibacillus activity reveals a high inhibition potential of the majority of LAB isolated from sourdough against some strains of Bacillus.
  • [1.144
    - Lactobacillus can resist the antimicrobial activity of bile salts.
  • [1.145
    - Smectite clay promotes lactic acid bacteria (LABs) to form biofilms on its surface
    - Smectite with LABs inhibits tumor growth in mice
    - Smectite with LABs enhances anti-cancer chemo/immunotherapy in mice
    - Smectite with LABs activates dendritic cells via TLR2 signaling
  • [1.146
    - Following an extremely stressful period, fewer species of Lactobacillus are present in the stool.
  • - The administration of a probiotic cocktail, composed of Lactobacillus rhamnosus and Lactobacillus helveticus, reduced the symptoms of depression and anxiety
  • - Lactobacillus can produce GABA
  • - Lactobacillus can produce acetylcholine
  • [1.147
    - Lactobacillus given to letrozole-treated (induces PCOS) rats reduced androgen levels, improved estrous cyclicity, normalized ovarian morphology, as well as increased Lactobacillus and Clostridium species and decreased Prevotella.
  • [1.148
    - A diet rich in salt (i.e. high salt diet, or HSD) for instance, can result in depletion of the gut bacteria Lactobacillus spp., which results in T helper cell-mediated immune dysregulation and cognitive dysfunction.
    - A diet rich do not increase the serum concentration of proinflammatory molecules.
    - Adult male offspring from HSD-fed mice show hyperactivity, reduced sociability and increased repetitive behaviors
  • [1.149
    - The excellent biological activities of these functional foods, such as anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory functions, are widely attributable to their high antioxidant content and lactic acid-producing bacteria
  • [1.139
    - Gamma aminobutyrate (GABA), a major CNS inhibitory neurotransmitter, is produced from Lactobacillus and is the first bacterium that is colonized with most vaginally born infants.
  • - Acetylcholine is produced from Lactobacillus
  • [1.150
    - Lactobacillus > positively correlated with fasting glucose and HbA1c levels > increased insulin resistance.
  • [1.151
    Fermented soymilk with various lactic acid bacteria > Reducing the content of phytic acid > Increasing the bioavailability of magnesium, calcium, iron and zinc
  • [1.152
    - LF > iron donor to support the growth of some bacteria with lower iron demands > Lactobacillus sp. or Bifidobacterium sp.
  • [1.153
    - PD patients, showing an increase in Akkermansia, Bifidobacterium, and Lactobacillus and a decrease in Prevotella
  • [1.154
    - Macrolide exposure was associated with reduced richness for twice as long as penicillin.
    - Antbiotic at childhud > reduced Bifidobacteria (5 studies) and Lactobacillus (2 studies), and significant increases in Proteobacteria such as E. coli (4 studies).
  • [1.131
    - during active UC, anti-inflammatory Lactobacillus and Pediococcus acidilactici were absent in fecal samples
  • [1.155
    - Salt consumption decreased Lactobacillus abundance, which was linked to increased T helper 17 cell numbers in murine small intestinal lamina propria lymphocytes and human peripheral blood lymphocytes, as well as higher blood pressure.
    - a high-salt diet reduced Lactobacillus abundance, increased proinflammatory gene expression, and exacerbated colitis in two separate disease models
  • [1.156
    - studies have demonstrated striking differences between luminal and mucosal samples within the colon itself, specifically regarding mucosa-associated bacteria such as Bifidobacterium, Lactobacillus, and Akkermansia.
    - the microbial community composition is different between ileal luminal samples from colonic and fecal samples, as well along the length of the colon itself.

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