Coli and salmonella that attack tight junctions

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Unformatted text preview: at link epithelial cells to one another forming an intracellular barrier. intracellular • Probiotics reduce the levels of Probiotics microorganisms such as E.coli, and salmonella that attack tight junctions. salmonella • Probiotics restore and maintain the Probiotics patency of tight junctions, thus restricting pathogens into the bloodstream. pathogens Improvements for survival of probiotics Improvements for survival of probiotics Heat from pelleting and long storage of products may render the non viability of the product. For improving the survival of probiotic cultures following practices has been applied…. been Prebiotics Prebiotics “Prebiotics are non-digestible Prebiotics but fermentable oligosaccharides that are specifically designed to change the composition and activity of the intestinal microbiota with prospect to promote the health of the host.” host.” Fig. shows general structure Synbiotics Synbiotics A synbiotics is a combination of one or more probiotics and prebiotics .” more Probiotic Products...
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2013 for the course FDSC 3587 taught by Professor Mindybrashears during the Spring '12 term at Texas Tech.

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