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Wednesday, February 6, 2019

L. diolivorans 1Z showed to be a potential probiotic strain that protected mice from death after challenge with S. Typhimurium.

PMID:  Front Microbiol. 2018 ;9:2856. Epub 2018 Dec 4. PMID: 30564201 Abstract Title:  Protective Effect of1Z, Isolated From Brazilian Kefir, AgainstSerovar Typhimurium in Experimental Murine Models. Abstract:  Kefir is a beverage obtained by fermentation of milk or sugar solution by lactic acid bacteria and yeasts, and several health benefits have been attributed to its ingestion, part of them being attributed tospecies. The objective of the present study was to evaluate,, the probiotic potential of1Z, isolated from Brazilian kefir grains. Initially, conventional mice were orally treated daily or not during 10 days with a suspension of1Z, and then orally challenged withserovar Typhimurium. Treatment with1Z resulted in higher survival (70%) of animals after the challenge with the pathogen than for not treated mice (0%). When germ-free mice were monoassociated (GN-PS group) or not (GN-CS group) with1Z and challenged after 7 days withTyphimurium,fecal counts were significantly lower (

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from GreenMedInfo http://bit.ly/2Swm6gR

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