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Probiotics are live microorganisms thought to be healthy for the host organism. According to the currently adopted definition by FAO/WHO, probiotics are: "Live microorganisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on the host".
Exploring the Potential of Gut-Derived Nisin-Like Lantibiotics

Exploring the Potential of Gut-Derived Nisin-Like Lantibiotics

CRISPR Takes Probiotics to the Next Level

CRISPR Takes Probiotics to the Next Level

Genetically Modified Corals May Offer Hope for Reef Restoration

Genetically Modified Corals May Offer Hope for Reef Restoration

Rising Prevalence of Chronic Rhinosinusitis in Japan: Causes and Implications

Rising Prevalence of Chronic Rhinosinusitis in Japan: Causes and Implications

Exploring the Probiotic Potential of Fungi in Food Production

Exploring the Probiotic Potential of Fungi in Food Production

Gut Microbiome Diversity Linked to Fruit and Vegetable Consumption

Gut Microbiome Diversity Linked to Fruit and Vegetable Consumption

Researchers Discover Achilles Heel of Staphylococcus Capitis Strain

Researchers Discover Achilles Heel of Staphylococcus Capitis Strain

Gut Microbes Key to Alleviating Canine Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Gut Microbes Key to Alleviating Canine Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Major Progress in Next-Gen Probiotic Development

Major Progress in Next-Gen Probiotic Development

Gut Microbes Could Be Harnessed to Block Mercury Absorption

Gut Microbes Could Be Harnessed to Block Mercury Absorption

Probiotic Bacteria may Help Maintain Brain Function in Aging Nematodes

Probiotic Bacteria may Help Maintain Brain Function in Aging Nematodes

New Oral Probiotic Delivery System Keeps “Good” Bacteria Safe

New Oral Probiotic Delivery System Keeps “Good” Bacteria Safe

Breeding Bacteria-Free Salmon Fry

Breeding Bacteria-Free Salmon Fry

Bacterial Probiotic for Treating and Preventing Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease Discovered

Bacterial Probiotic for Treating and Preventing Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease Discovered

Role of Engineered E. coli in Sending Therapeutic Nanobodies to the Gut

Role of Engineered E. coli in Sending Therapeutic Nanobodies to the Gut

Using Purified Curcumin to Create Probiotic Yogurt that Contains No Artificial Preservatives

Using Purified Curcumin to Create Probiotic Yogurt that Contains No Artificial Preservatives

Using better probiotics to maintain a healthy gut microbiome

Using better probiotics to maintain a healthy gut microbiome

T cell-driven changes in the gut may affect brain function associated with depression

T cell-driven changes in the gut may affect brain function associated with depression

Novel mechanism by which bacteria colonize the gut identified

Novel mechanism by which bacteria colonize the gut identified

Bile salt hydrolase cocktails may offer a new approach to inhibit C. diff colonization

Bile salt hydrolase cocktails may offer a new approach to inhibit C. diff colonization

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