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  • Diversity, compositional and functional differences between gut microbiota of children and adults. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2020; 10(1):1040Radjabzadeh D, Boer CG, … Kraaij R
  • The gut microbiota has been shown to play diverse roles in human health and disease although the underlying mechanisms have not yet been fully elucidated. Large cohort studies can provide further understanding into inter-individual differences, with more precise characterization of the pathways by which the gut microbiota influences human physiology and disease processes. Here, we aimed to profil…
  • Safety and probiotic evaluation of two Bacillus strains producing antioxidant compounds. [Journal Article]
    Benef Microbes 2019; 10(7):759-771Kotowicz N, Bhardwaj RK, … Cutting SM
  • Bacillus species are becoming increasingly relevant for use as probiotics or feed additives where their heat stability can ensure survival in the food matrix or enable long-term storage at ambient temperature. Some Bacillus species are pigmented and in this study, we have examined two strains, one Bacillus pumilus (pigmented red) and the other Bacillus megaterium (pigmented yellow) for their safe…
  • Bariatric Surgery in Obesity: Effects on Gut Microbiota and Micronutrient Status. [Review]
    Nutrients 2020; 12(1)Ciobârcă D, Cătoi AF, … Crișan G
  • Obesity is associated with reduced gut microbial diversity and a high rate of micronutrient deficiency. Bariatric surgery, the therapy of choice for severe obesity, produces sustained weight loss and improvements in obesity-related comorbidities. Also, it significantly alters the gut microbiota (GM) composition and function, which might have an important impact on the micronutrient status as GM i…
  • Symbiotic riboflavin degradation by Microbacterium and Nocardioides bacteria. [Journal Article]
    Biosci Biotechnol Biochem 2020; :1-6Kanazawa H, Ozaki S, … Takaya N
  • Unlike its biosynthetic mechanisms and physiological function, current understanding of riboflavin degradation in soil is limited to a few bacteria that decompose it to lumichrome. Here, we isolated six Microbacterium and three Nocardioides strains. These strains utilized riboflavin and lumichrome, respectively, as carbon sources. Among these strains, we identified Microbacterium paraoxydans R16 …
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