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  1. The suppressive effect of bifidobacteria on Bacteroides vulgatus, a putative pathogenic microbe in inflammatory bowel disease.
    Microbiology and immunology (Microbiol Immunol ) Vol: 47 Issue 6 Pages: 371-8
    Pub: 2003 Epub:
    • Shiba T
    • Aiba Y
    • Ishikawa H
    • Ushiyama A
    • Takagi A
    • Mine T
    • Koga Y

  2. 454 pyrosequencing reveals changes in the faecal microbiota of adults consuming Lactobacillus casei Zhang.
    FEMS microbiology ecology (FEMS Microbiol Ecol ) Vol: 88 Issue 3 Pages: 612-22
    Pub: 2014 Jun Epub:
    • Zhang J
    • Wang L
    • Guo Z
    • Sun Z
    • Gesudu Q
    • Kwok L
    • Menghebilige
    • Zhang H

  3. In vitro and in vivo anti-microbial activity evaluation of inactivated cells of Lactobacillus salivarius CECT 5713 against Streptococcus mutans.
    Archives of oral biology (Arch Oral Biol ) Vol: 84 Issue Pages: 58-63
    Pub: 2017 Dec Epub: 2017 Sep 19
    • Sañudo AI
    • Luque R
    • Díaz-Ropero MP
    • Fonollá J
    • Bañuelos Ó

  4. Exopolysaccharides produced by intestinal Bifidobacterium strains act as fermentable substrates for human intestinal bacteria.
    Applied and environmental microbiology (Appl Environ Microbiol ) Vol: 74 Issue 15 Pages: 4737-45
    Pub: 2008 Aug Epub: 2008 Jun 6
    • Salazar N
    • Gueimonde M
    • Hernández-Barranco AM
    • Ruas-Madiedo P
    • de los Reyes-Gavilán CG

  5. Interaction between probiotic lactic acid bacteria and canine enteric pathogens: a risk factor for intestinal Enterococcus faecium colonization?
    Veterinary microbiology (Vet Microbiol ) Vol: 92 Issue 1-2 Pages: 111-9
    Pub: 2003 Mar 20 Epub:
    • Rinkinen M
    • Jalava K
    • Westermarck E
    • Salminen S
    • Ouwehand AC

  6. Bifidobacterium pseudocatenulatum LI09 and Bifidobacterium catenulatum LI10 attenuate D-galactosamine-induced liver injury by modifying the gut microbiota
    Scientific Reports (Sci Rep ) Vol: 7 Issue Pages: 8770
    Pub: 2017 Aug 18 Epub: 2017 Aug 18
    • Fang D
    • Shi D
    • Lv L
    • Gu S
    • Wu W
    • Chen Y
    • Guo J
    • Li A
    • Hu X
    • Guo F
    • Ye J
    • Li Y
    • Li L

  7. Probiotic activities of Lactobacillus casei rhamnosus: in vitro adherence to intestinal cells and antimicrobial properties.
    Research in microbiology (Res Microbiol ) Vol: 152 Issue 2 Pages: 167-73
    Pub: 2001 Mar Epub:
    • Forestier C
    • De Champs C
    • Vatoux C
    • Joly B

  8. Inhibitory effect of Gram-negative and Gram-positive microorganisms against Helicobacter pylori clinical isolates.
    The Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy (J Antimicrob Chemother ) Vol: 61 Issue 1 Pages: 139-42
    Pub: 2008 Jan Epub: 2007 Oct 26
    • López-Brea M
    • Alarcón T
    • Domingo D
    • Díaz-Regañón J

  9. Use of selected lactic acid bacteria in the eradication of Helicobacter pylori infection.
    Journal of microbiology (Seoul, Korea) (J Microbiol ) Vol: 52 Issue 11 Pages: 955-62
    Pub: 2014 Nov Epub: 2014 Oct 3
    • Kim JE
    • Kim MS
    • Yoon YS
    • Chung MJ
    • Yum DY

  10. Gut-borne Saccharomyces cerevisiae, a promising candidate for the formulation of feed additives, modulates immune system and gut microbiota.
    Beneficial microbes (Benef Microbes ) Vol: 7 Issue 5 Pages: 659-668
    Pub: 2016 Nov 30 Epub:
    • García G
    • Dogi C
    • de Moreno de LeBlanc A
    • Greco C
    • Cavaglieri L

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