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Unformatted text preview: of bacteria to bladder epithe, reduce infection. oligo in blood train immune system how to react by reduce inflammation (toning down process of white blood cell leave tissue), reduce food allergy by reduce autoimmune response. 8. oligo in intestine not only prevent binding of harmful bacteria to epithelial cell. there are receptor in epithelial for these oligo. through cell signaling, oligo tell receptor to reduce production of glycoproteins/lipids of receptor for the harmful bacteria 9. cyano acid important for iq is oligo 10. breast milk is not sterile. form of mucuos, saliva (not sterile). there are specific bacteria (symbiont) live in mammary gland. the oligo not only is beneficial for babies but also for moms (good for mammary gland) ****the end result is symbiotic relationship (we provide nutrient and you protect us from pathogens=us to beneficial bacteri). evolution never stock tickling. if a trait increase fitness, that trait will become abundant. Composition: two things we need to test: 1. beneficial bacteria digest these oligosaccharides better than harmful bacteria? 2. Do these oligosaccharides make it to where the beneficial bacteria reside, i.e. the colon? good bacteria: Bifidobacterium species ?? Bode, L (2012) Glycobiology 22 (9): 1147-1162 Human Milk Oligosaccharides don't need to know on test selective absorption Symbiotic relationship oligosaccharides help out immune system. Reduce inflammation, food allergy. Oligosaccharides show up in the bloodstream. Important implication of this: breast milk is not sterile: Bode, L (2012) Glycobiology 22 (9): 1147-1162...
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