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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 3, 1 September 2014

Articles

Gut ecosystem: how microbes help us
pp. 219-233(15)
Authors: Martín, R.; Miquel, S.; Ulmer, J.; Langella, P.; Bermúdez-Humarán, L.G.

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Understanding gut microbiota in elderly's health will enable intervention through probiotics
pp. 235-246(12)
Authors: Pérez Martínez, G.; Bäuerl, C.; Collado, M.C.

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Strategies for the evaluation and selection of potential vaginal probiotics from human sources: an exemplary study
pp. 263-272(10)
Authors: Domig, K.J.; Kiss, H.; Petricevic, L.; Viernstein, H.; Unger, F.; Kneifel, W.

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Beneficial effects of human milk oligosaccharides on gut microbiota
pp. 273-283(11)
Authors: Musilova, S.; Rada, V.; Vlkova, E.; Bunesova, V.

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Meta-analysis: Lactobacillus reuteri strain DSM 17938 (and the original strain ATCC 55730) for treating acute gastroenteritis in children
pp. 285-293(9)
Authors: Szajewska, H.; Urbańska, M.; Chmielewska, A.; Weizman, Z.; Shamir, R.

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Open Access The fermentation of polydextrose in the large intestine and its beneficial effects
pp. 305-313(9)
Authors: Röytiö, H.; Ouwehand, A.C.

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Differential effects of lactobacilli on activation and maturation of mouse dendritic cells
pp. 323-334(12)
Authors: Elawadli, I.; Brisbin, J.T.; Mallard, B.A.; Griffiths, M.W.; Corredig, M.; Sharif, S.

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Open Access Gut carbohydrate metabolism instead of fat metabolism regulated by gut microbes mediates high-fat diet-induced obesity
pp. 335-344(10)
Authors: Li, M.; Gu, D.; Xu, N.; Lei, F.; Du, L.; Zhang, Y.; Xie, W.

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Changes in mouse gastrointestinal microbial ecology with ingestion of kale
pp. 345-349(5)
Authors: Uyeno, Y.; Katayama, S.; Nakamura, S.

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