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Editors: Sameer M. Dixit (Centre for Molecular Dynamics Nepal, Kathmandu, Nepal), Kasipathy Kailasapathy (University of Western Sydney, Australia)
Book Description:
In this age, societies take great pains to protect their populations against exposure to undesirable microbes. Pasteurization, sterilization, sanitation and HACCP procedures have been instrumental in this effort, particularly for gastro-intestinal diseases. We are therefore much less exposed to microbes, good or bad, than in ancient times. An important feature of this book is the exploration of Escherichia coli as a probiotic culture. This is very much forward thinking, and challenges the current paradigm. Indeed, probiotics have mainly been selected from lactic cultures, and exploring the use of coliforms has novelty. Another important feature of this book is the development of an automated assay for the evaluation of interactions between probiotics and pathogens. The agarose-supernatant strategy is a novel development of the microplate systems which has great potential for rapid screening of effective cultures. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:



Chapter 1. Introduction to probiotic bacteria, pp.1-52

Chapter 2. Immunomodulation-overview and effects of probiotic bacteria on immune system, pp. 53-76

Chapter 3. Interaction of probiotic bacteria with commensal bacteria- An overview, pp. 77-100

Chapter 4. Diversity analysis of porcine enteric E. coli, pp. 101-120

Chapter 5. An assay to assess probiotic inhibitory efficacy, pp. 121-152

Chapter 6. Assessment of inhibitory activity of Gram-negative
bacteria, pp. 153-178

Chapter 7. Overall conclusions and future directions, pp. 179-182

References, pp. 199

Appendices, pp. 183

Index, pp. 211

      Microbiology Research Advances
      Bacteriology Research Developments
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012
   Pages: 7 x 10 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-61324-783-9
   Status: AV
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