*  Microbiota - Wikipedia
In gnotobiotic mice certain gut bacteria were found to transmit a particular phenotype to recipient germ-free mice, that ... The human microbiota includes bacteria, fungi, archaea and viruses. Micro-animals which live on the human body are excluded. ... All plants and animals, from simple life forms to humans, live in close association with microbial organisms. Several advances ... and may even occur through the germ cell line. In plants, the colonizing process can be initiated below ground in the root zone ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microbiota
*  Has the Microbiota Played a Critical Role in the Evolution of the Adaptive Immune System? | Science
In contrast, TH17 cell development in the gut is specifically affected by commensal bacteria (45). Germ-free mice are deficient ... This process may have evolved to allow these microorganisms to colonize the gut by inducing antigen-specific tolerance to the ... These include bacteria, archaea, fungi, viruses, protozoans, and (in some cases) multicellular helminths; however, bacteria ... Bacteria populated Earth 2 billion years before the first signs of eukaryotic life, and they occupy almost every terrestrial ...
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*  Hygiene | Encyclopedia.com
These bacteria include Corynebacterium, Proprionibacterium, and Acinetobacter. These organisms are tenaciously associated with ... The presenters noted that we need germ-free environments only in hospitals and the residences of the seriously ill. Soap ... fungi, and yeast, may be the increased appearance of antibiotic resistant microorganisms. ... Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, Written by Himself: With Related Documents, ed. David W. Blight ...
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*  Gut feelings: The mysteries of the microbiome | The Monthly
For instance, comparisons of laboratory-bred germ-free mice (without micro-organisms) and regular mice, and obese and lean mice ... In biologist Ernst Haeckel's classic 1866 monograph depicting the tree of life, bacteria are tucked down the bottom as "Moneres ... Scientists could scoop up samples from anywhere - swabs from a mouth or fungi from a tree or vials from the deep ocean - ... Within ten years the process was streamlined and samples were routinely distilled to their DNA and RNA by feeding them through ...
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*  Skin Immune Landscape: Inside and Outside the Organism
Moreover, the skin forms a complex and dynamic ecosystem colonized by about 1012 microorganisms including bacteria, fungi, and ... For instance, S. epidermidis colonization in germ-free mice is sufficient to restore effective T cell immunity to parasites ... The resident microorganisms transmitted during birth from the mother or acquired from the contact with the daily life ... In general, once naïve B cells encounter a circulating antigen in the periphery, they complete their maturation process. Mature ...
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*  The Leaky Microbiome: Why your Probiotics aren't sticking around-Full - Chiropractic Economics
... depending on what bacteria you harbor. In fact, so much so that when we take and raise sterile animals, germ-free animals, we ... Men and women alike are now eating for you and your little baby bacteria. For the rest of your life on this planet, you need to ... and going into the bacteria and influencing the way bacteria then create products that transit back into the human organism. ... In the process, you're really making them more of a gentle probiotic. So we lose some of their ability to compete, which is why ...
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*  US8127721B2 - Surgical isolator - Google Patents
In particular, the surgical isolator is used in the generation of birds of specified germ-free status. ... suitable for the use in a surgical method involving the removal of prematura eggs from birds in order to generate germ-free ... micro-organisms include parasites, bacteria (including anaerobic and aerobic species, commensal species and species associated ... unless they are also germ-free or gnotobiotic) and the life-cycle should be completed in sterile isolators. The life-cycle may ...
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*  Human microbiota - Wikipedia
They include bacteria, archaea, fungi and viruses (bacteriophages). Though micro-animals also live on the human body, they are ... This was done by transplanting the gut microbiota from diet-induced obese(DIO) mice or lean control mice into lean germ-free ... and the presence of microorganisms in bile is a marker of pathological process. This assumption was confirmed by failure in ... These organisms play an important role in protecting against infections and maintaining vaginal health. The most abundant ...
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*  HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF PROBIOTICS
There is a tendency to regard all micro organisms as harmful; to equate bacteria with germs. Nothing could be further from the ... comparison of germ free and conventional animals with a complete gut microflora shows that the former are more susceptible to ... even essential for the continued existence of life on earth.. One example of a beneficial group of micro organisms are those ... The recent results obtained in chickens, pigs and cattle with probiotics based on lactic acid bacteria and fungi are discussed ...
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*  Multi-Probiotics
If harmful microorganisms proliferate, the equilibrium is disturbed, and it becomes difficult even for indigenous bacteria to ... This was apparent in the experiment of laboratory animals that were raised to be germ-free and were frequently sick, exhibited ... Add More LIFE to Your Years. If you're like most people, you really want to live life with passion ... to feel at the height of ... But due to strict food safety regulations, less bacteria (bad or good) survive the manufacturing process. Many products are ...
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*  biofilms
... some mice were transferred to a non-germ-free facility and the researchers introduced segmented filamentous bacteria into their ... the life research 'bacteria buster' (usa only?) appears to be effective against staph bacteria buster is 'extracts of comfrey ... organism. we. are. a. dual. organism. somewhere. in. the. upper. and. middle. intestine. is. another. and. potentially. ... the lactic acid bacteria may partly consume dietary oxalate, partly displace the gut flora that make it, (especially fungi ...
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*  2016 Group 6 Project - CellBiology
Germ-free (GF) mice tend to accumulate invariant natural killer T (iNKT) cells in the lungs and in the lamina propria of colon ... As reviewed in [165], when the MHC I complex presents lipid antigens of CD1d molecules of bacteria, fungi, and parasites, T ... Life Sci.: 2013, 70(23);4537-53 PubMed 23793512 *↑ A D Luster, J C Unkeless, J V Ravetch Gamma-interferon transcriptionally ... The process, reviewed by von Adrian, UH et. al. in [55] begins with the loose adherence to blood vasculature via selectins and ...
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*  FAQ General
The microorganism contained within ProBiotic LIVE is a Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB). By definition, these bacteria produce lactic ... Thus the newborn animal will be more susceptible to pathogenic microorganisms, as there, at this life stage, are no protective ... In addition, the freeze-drying process, which is used to preserve the microorganisms present in ProBiotic LIVE, causes an ... The intestinal microflora contains a variety of different bacteria and fungi of which there are typically ~ 400 different types ...
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*  In Need of Symbiosis
We came from single-celled organisms that had other single-celled organisms living inside them. Free-living bacteria became ... As you could probably guess from the germ-free rat research, the bacteria aren't what cause cancer to develop. Not on their own ... You have your life to thank her for. And part of that life, is your symbiotic bacteria. Something you just can't live without. ... Antibiotics are in fact any compound produced by microorganisms to fight other microorganisms (like pathogenic bacteria). ...
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*  Frontiers | Impact of the Gut Microbiota on Intestinal Immunity Mediated by Tryptophan Metabolism | Frontiers in Cellular and...
Circulating total Trp levels are increased in germ-free (GF) mice that lack gut microbiota (Wikoff et al., 2009; Clarke et al ... reduced beneficial microorganisms, and increased facultative anaerobic bacteria (Salazar et al., 2014), all of which indicate ... 2014). Microbiota control of a tryptophan-AhR pathway in disease tolerance to fungi. Eur. J. Immunol. 44, 3192-3200. doi: ... 4College of Life Science, Hunan Normal University, Changsha, Hunan, China. The gut microbiota influences the health of the host ...
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*  Gut flora - Wikipedia
As a consequence of their abundance in the intestine, bacteria also make up to 60% of the dry mass of feces. Fungi, archaea, ... Interest in the relationship between gut flora and neuropsychiatric issues was sparked by a 2004 study showing that germ-free ... microorganisms can anchor and feed, and an inner layer that even these organisms cannot penetrate. Additionally, the ... During the first year of life, the composition of the gut flora is generally simple and changes a great deal with time and is ...
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*  Human Genome Project Benefits Gut Microbiome Research. Gut Microbiome Complements TCM Sanjiao | Acupuncture and Earthing...
... there is a critical period early in life when gut microorganisms affect the brain and change the behavior in later life' (170 ... The mechanism the bacteria use is a process called Bacterial Quorum Sensing. A protein enzyme inside the bacterium makes the ... Reduced Anxiety-Like Behavior and Central Neurochemical Change in Germ-Free Mice,' Neurogastroenterology & Motility 23/3 (2011 ... These potential 'Lingering Pathogens' include viruses, bacteriophages, prions, virions, bacteria, yeasts, fungi, moulds, ...
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*  DBT BET JRF Syllabus Latest | easybiologyclass
Concept of production of specific pathogen free (SPF) and germ free laboratory animals; Development of various chimeras ... 5). Types of marine microbes and their biology: Structure of Bacteria, fungi, algae, protozoa and viruses; Classification of ... Model organisms and other genome projects; Comparative genomics of relevant organisms such as pathogens and non-pathogens; ... Process flow sheet and process economics. 5). Downstream Processing in Biotechnology: Biomass removal and disruption, ...
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*  Patent US5480302 - Anti-microbial apparatus and method for dental handpieces - Google Patents
... which provide capacity to process a handpiece between patients including soaking, de-overburdening via use of ultrasonic energy ... "Sterilization" is the process by which micro-organisms are destroyed, including viruses, bacteria, fungi, and spores. ... Advertisement for Liquid Dial Germ Free Hands in 2 Easy Steps.. 2. Advertisement for Liquid Dial--Germ Free Hands in 2 Easy ... Resistors R3 and R4 function, respectively, to reduce amperage at SW4 to prolong membrane switch life and to reduce voltage to ...
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*  Water purification - Wikipedia
The type of membrane media determines how much pressure is needed to drive the water through and what sizes of micro-organisms ... "germ-free." Two other investigators confirmed Traube's findings and published their papers in 1895. Early attempts at ... Bacteria and pathogen levels are usually low, but some bacteria, protozoa or algae will be present. Where uplands are forested ... The treatment process was conceived by Dr. John L. Leal and the chlorination plant was designed by George Warren Fuller. Over ...
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*  Glosario
Bacteria Más ​Single-cell microscopic life forms / micro-organisms without a cell core (procaryonts) which reproduce by ... the use of a sterile process technology and use of germ-free materials. ... Biological coating on surfaces by micro-organisms, e.g. bacteria and fungi ... Biofilms are large accumulations of bacteria and other micro-organisms which are bound in a sticky mass of intertwined ...
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*  Patent US7208300 - Member of the lysyl oxidase gene family - Google Patents
77-96). In an additional embodiment of the invention, monoclonal antibodies can be produced in germ-free animals (International ... microorganisms such as yeast containing yeast vectors; or bacteria transformed with bacteriophage, DNA, plasmid DNA, or cosmid ... For example, a shuttle vector, which is a vector that can replicate in more than one type of organism, can be prepared for ... The purified total RNA was treated with 10 U Dnase I (Life Technologies) at 37™C for 1 hour and repurified by Rneasy spin ...
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*  Download Analysis Mind
A germ-free control added price noticed in the consumption of antibiotics may face in getting off failure and the increases of ... TWO 1940s OF lives such IN A download analysis OF BASKETBALL. A venomous ROYAL COAT-OF-ARMS is replaced IN A MUSEUM. A LION- ... Bacteria be the renal mastectomy use before india-rubber in the word Azathioprine sample fertility. PLoS One( 2010) 5(8): ... not, this breast can modify accepted in case with disease fauna, far suffering the breast of cancer process after salad days. ...
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*  Patent US6984508 - Biological compositions and methods for treatment of cervical cancer - Google Patents
Although not essential, the animal is preferably kept under a clean environment, and fed a standard diet, preferably germ-free ... Method of influencing enzymes and technically useful micro-organisms and the like. ... and repeating the process. The method can be carried out as a batch process or a continuous process. ... Do bacteria sing? Sonic intercellular communication between bacteria may reflect electromagnetic intracellular communication ...
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*  glutaminase: Topics by WorldWideScience.org
organisms including bacteria, yeast and fungi. It is currently used in the treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) and ... Clinical impact of a gluten-free diet on health-related quality of life in seven fibromyalgia syndrome patients with associated ... There have been many attempts to isolate microorganisms that produce L-asparaginase. L-ASNase producing bacteria, Escherichia ... Full Text Available A decline in cognitive ability is a typical feature of the normal aging process, and of neurodegenerative ...
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