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Beneficial Microbes is a peer-reviewed scientific journal with a specific area of focus: the promotion of the science of microbes beneficial to the health and wellbeing of man and animal. The journal contains original research papers and critical reviews in all areas dealing with beneficial microbes in both the small and large intestine, together with opinions, a calendar of forthcoming beneficial microbes-related events and book reviews. The journal takes a multidisciplinary approach and focuses on a broad spectrum of issues, including safety aspects of pro- & prebiotics, regulatory aspects, mechanisms of action, health benefits for the host, optimal production processes, screening methods, (meta)genomics, proteomics and metabolomics, host and bacterial physiology, application, and role in health and disease in man and animal. Beneficial Microbes is intended to serve the needs of researchers and professionals from the scientific community and industry, as well as those of policy makers and regulators.

Publisher: Wageningen Academic Publishers

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Volume 5, Number 1, 1 March 2014

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Open Access Foreword
pp. 1-2(2)
Author: Venema, Koen

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The development of probiotic treatment in obesity: a review
pp. 19-28(10)
Authors: Mekkes, M.C.; Weenen, T.C.; Brummer, R.J.; Claassen, E.

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Microbiota and epigenetic regulation of inflammatory mediators in type 2 diabetes and obesity
pp. 33-43(11)
Authors: Remely, M.; Aumueller, E.; Jahn, D.; Hippe, B.; Brath, H.; Haslberger, A.G.

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Open Access Probiotic and synbiotic safety in infants under two years of age
pp. 45-60(16)
Authors: van den Nieuwboer, M.; Claassen, E.; Morelli, L.; Guarner, F.; Brummer, R.J.

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Yoghurt and probiotic bacteria in dietary guidelines of the member states of the European Union
pp. 61-66(6)
Authors: Smug, L.N.; Salminen, S.; Sanders, M.E.; Ebner, S.

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Transient inflammatory-like state and microbial dysbiosis are pivotal in establishment of mucosal homeostasis during colonisation of germ-free mice
pp. 67-77(11)
Authors: El Aidy, S.; Derrien, M.; Aardema, R.; Hooiveld, G.; Richards, S.E.; Dane, A.; Dekker, J.; Vreeken, R.; Levenez, F.; Doré, J.; Zoetendal, E.G.; van Baarlen, P.; Kleerebezem, M.

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Efficacy of Bifidobacterium breve NCC2950 against DSS-induced colitis is dependent on bacterial preparation and timing of administration
pp. 79-88(10)
Authors: Hayes, C.L.; Natividad, J.M.M.; Jury, J.; Martin, R.; Langella, P.; Verdu, E.F.

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Open Access Book Reviews
pp. 89-94(6)
Author: Venema, K.

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