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  1. Probiotic potential of lactobacillus strains isolated from sorghum-based traditional fermented food.
    Probiotics and antimicrobial proteins (Probiotics Antimicrob Proteins ) Vol: 7 Issue 2 Pages: 146-56
    Pub: 2015 Jun Epub:
    • Rao KP
    • Chennappa G
    • Suraj U
    • Nagaraja H
    • Raj AP
    • Sreenivasa MY

  2. 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

  3. A metagenomic study of the preventive effect of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG on intestinal polyp formation in Apc<sup>Min/+</sup> mice.
    Journal of applied microbiology (J Appl Microbiol ) Vol: 122 Issue 3 Pages: 770-784
    Pub: 2017 Mar Epub: 2017 Jan 30
    • Ni Y
    • Wong VH
    • Tai WC
    • Li J
    • Wong WY
    • Lee MM
    • Fong FL
    • El-Nezami H
    • Panagiotou G

  4. Bifidobacterium adolescentis CGMCC 15058 alleviates liver injury, enhances the intestinal barrier and modifies the gut microbiota in D-galactosamine-treated rats.
    Applied microbiology and biotechnology (Appl Microbiol Biotechnol ) Vol: 103 Issue 1 Pages: 375-393
    Pub: 2019 Jan Epub: 2018 Oct 22
    • Li Y
    • Lv L
    • Ye J
    • Fang D
    • Shi D
    • Wu W
    • Wang Q
    • Wu J
    • Yang L
    • Bian X
    • Jiang X
    • Jiang H
    • Yan R
    • Peng C
    • Li L

  5. Effects of dietary supplementation with Clostridium butyricum on laying performance, egg quality, serum parameters, and cecal microflora of laying hens in the late phase of production.
    Poultry science (Poult Sci ) Vol: 98 Issue 2 Pages: 896-903
    Pub: 2019 Feb 1 Epub:
    • Zhan HQ
    • Dong XY
    • Li LL
    • Zheng YX
    • Gong YJ
    • Zou XT

  6. The impact of oral consumption of Lactobacillus plantarum P-8 on faecal bacteria revealed by pyrosequencing.
    Beneficial microbes (Benef Microbes ) Vol: 6 Issue 4 Pages: 405-13
    Pub: 2015 Epub: 2015 Feb 12
    • Kwok LY
    • Guo Z
    • Zhang J
    • Wang L
    • Qiao J
    • Hou Q
    • Zheng Y
    • Zhang H

  7. Assessment of plaque regrowth with a probiotic toothpaste containing <i>Lactobacillus paracasei</i>: A spectrophotometric study.
    Journal of the Indian Society of Pedodontics and Preventive Dentistry (J Indian Soc Pedod Prev Dent ) Vol: 35 Issue 4 Pages: 307-311
    Pub: 2017 Oct-Dec Epub:
    • Srinivasan S
    • Nandlal B
    • Rao MVS

  8. Oral administration of multispecies microbial supplements to sows influences the composition of gut microbiota and fecal organic acids in their post-weaned piglets.
    Journal of bioscience and bioengineering (J Biosci Bioeng ) Vol: 112 Issue 2 Pages: 145-50
    Pub: 2011 Aug Epub: 2011 May 17
    • Mori K
    • Ito T
    • Miyamoto H
    • Ozawa M
    • Wada S
    • Kumagai Y
    • Matsumoto J
    • Naito R
    • Nakamura S
    • Kodama H
    • Kurihara Y

  9. Probiotic Characteristics of Lactobacillus plantarum FH185 Isolated from Human Feces.
    Korean journal for food science of animal resources (Korean J Food Sci Anim Resour ) Vol: 35 Issue 5 Pages: 615-21
    Pub: 2015 Epub: 2015 Oct 31
    • Park SY
    • Lim SD

  10. Characterization of an antimicrobial substance produced by Lactobacillus plantarum NTU 102.
    Journal of microbiology, immunology, and infection = Wei mian yu gan ran za zhi (J Microbiol Immunol Infect ) Vol: Issue Pages:
    Pub: 2017 Aug 29 Epub: 2017 Aug 29
    • Lin TH
    • Pan TM

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