microbial symbiosis and bioactive ingredients of

Xylooligosaccharides(XOS)asanEmerging Prebiotic:MicrobialSynthesis Utilization StructuralCharacterization Bioactive

on its microbial production structural characterization and bioactive properties Introduction Diet is an important determinant of disease risk in all popu-lation groups There is emerging evidence that functional food ingredients can have an impact on a number of

Probiotics as Cell Factories for Bioactive Ingredients:

Probiotics as Cell Factories for Bioactive Ingredients: Focus on Microbial Polysaccharides and Health Benefi cial Effects Polysaccharides are sugar polymers commonly found in nature where they are distributed among plants fungi yeasts and bacteria

HSQC–TOCSY Fingerprinting for Prioritization of Polyketide

Microbial products are a promising source for drug leads as a result of their unique structural diversity However reisolation of already known natural products significantly hampers the discovery process and it is therefore important to incorporate effective microbial isolate selection and dereplication protocols early in microbial natural product studies We have developed a systematic

Bioactive compounds contents antioxidant and

2016/8/1Bioactive compounds contents antioxidant and antimicrobial activities during ripening of Prunus persica L varieties from the North West of Tunisia Belhadj F(1) Somrani I(2) Aissaoui N(2) Messaoud C(3) Boussaid M(3) Marzouki MN(2)

Microbial Cell Factories

2018/3/5Microalgae show a wide range of bioactive natural products that are effective either in crude or purified form as antioxidant anti-cancer and anti-microbial agents The first reported antibacterial products in microalgae were in the green microalga Chlorella which significantly inhibits the growth of both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria [ 215 ]

Human interactions with microbes

Human interactions with microbes include both practical and symbolic uses of microbes and negative interactions in the form of human domestic animal and crop diseases Practical use of microbes began in ancient times with fermentation in food processing bread beer and wine have been produced by yeasts from the dawn of civilisation such as in ancient Egypt

Bioactive Natural Products From Novel Microbial Sources

Despite the importance of microbial natural products for human health only a few bacterial genera have been mined for the new natural products needed to overcome the urgent threat of antibiotic resistance This is surprising given that genome sequencing projects

Prebiotics and Bioactive Milk Fractions Affect Gut

CONCLUSIONS: A mixture of bioactive ingredients improved weight gain and gut maturation modulated colonic and fecal microbial composition and reduced the proportions of opportunistic pathogens PMID: 27031373 [Indexed for MEDLINE] Publication Types:

Bioactive Molecules in Soil Ecosystems: Masters of the

Int J Mol Sci 2013 14 8844 Table 1 Some typical primary bioactive molecules showed direct effects in rhizosphere (Primary rhizosphere effects contain beneficial or adverse influences (e g symbiosis biocontrol and pathogenicity) on plant or microbial growth

Bioactive compounds contents antioxidant and

2016/8/1Bioactive compounds contents antioxidant and antimicrobial activities during ripening of Prunus persica L varieties from the North West of Tunisia Belhadj F(1) Somrani I(2) Aissaoui N(2) Messaoud C(3) Boussaid M(3) Marzouki MN(2)

Marine microbial symbiosis

Microbial symbiosis in marine animals was not discovered until 1981 In the time following symbiotic relationships between marine invertebrates and chemoautotrophic bacteria have been found in a variety of ecosystems ranging from shallow coastal waters to deep-sea hydrothermal vents

"Microbiota symbiosis and individuality summer school"

2020/8/14The "Microbiota symbiosis and individuality: conceptual and philosophical issues" interdisciplinary summer school (1–5 July 2019) in Biarritz (France) explored how microbiota research impacts our conception of biological individuality The summer school brought

Microbial collagenases: challenges and prospects in

Microbial collagenases are promising enzymes in view of their extensive industrial and biological applications The emerging evidence of potential food applications and health benefits have revealed that microbial collagenase shows significant promise as a main component for bioactive functional ingredients and the

DEVELOPMENT OF LACTIC FERMENTATION BACTERIA FOR

Goals / Objectives Develop lactic fermentation bacteria with genetic capacity to produce natural or milk-based bioactive food ingredients to improve the health-promoting functional and bioprotective properties of foods by utilizing microbial molecular gene enzyme and proteomic technologies and evaluate production media formulated from dairy wastes such as whey

Microbial collagenases: challenges and prospects in

Microbial collagenases are promising enzymes in view of their extensive industrial and biological applications The emerging evidence of potential food applications and health benefits have revealed that microbial collagenase shows significant promise as a main component for bioactive functional ingredients and the preparation of peptides

Discovery of Novel Bioactive Small Molecules Based on

Discovery of Novel Bioactive Small Molecules Based on Microbial Chemical Biology and Genetic Analysis Research Summary Small molecules primarily derived from microbial secondary metabolites have been playing a key role in drug discovery and development by providing both

"Microbiota symbiosis and individuality summer school"

2020/8/14The "Microbiota symbiosis and individuality: conceptual and philosophical issues" interdisciplinary summer school (1–5 July 2019) in Biarritz (France) explored how microbiota research impacts our conception of biological individuality The summer school brought

Identification and molecular docking analysis of active

2015/9/30Bacteria (against which anti microbial activity was observed) were analysed for the presence of surface protein having role in pathogenesis of RA Among all studied bacteria S aureus was found as potent instigator of RA via its domain B of surface protein A Surface proteins of bacteria are found to be associated with pathogenesis of various diseases including RA [ 16 ]

Bioactive Natural Products From Novel Microbial Sources

Despite the importance of microbial natural products for human health only a few bacterial genera have been mined for the new natural products needed to overcome the urgent threat of antibiotic resistance This is surprising given that genome sequencing projects

A microbial factory for defensive kahalalides in a tripartite

The Hawaiian sea slug Elysia rufescens grazes on an alga called Bryopsis sp The alga defends itself from predators using peptide toxins decorated with fatty acids called kahalalides Zan et al wondered if a third party was involved in toxin production (see the Perspective by Mascuch and Kubanek) Within the alga a species of bacterium with a very reduced genome was discovered to be a

Specialized Bioactive Microbial Metabolites: From Gene

bioactive microbial products is being unveiled with the ever increasing number of sequenced microbial genomes the authors first screen carbon and nitrogen sources to identify key medium ingredients and then develop an experiment design approach to

Accelerated Discovery of Bioactive Components in

These bioactive compounds are isolated "The classical discovery approach from extraction to characterization of bioactive ingredients of the alga would normally take 3-4 years These automated tools helped us to accelerate the targeted discovery of new natural

Accelerated Discovery of Bioactive Components in

Accelerated Discovery of Bioactive Components in Seaweed Raj Gaur | July 6 2020 | Learning Marine organisms and their microbial symbionts are invaluable sources of new medicines for human diseases Natural products from the sea have four times higher

Department of Food Science Purdue University

bioactive ingredients oral sensation and bioavailability Food Safety and Microbiology Applegate B M Food Science Associate Professor Ph D University of Tennessee (1997) Detection of viable foodborne pathogens using bacteriophage automated

Biosurfactants: promising bioactive molecules for oral

Both biosurfactants greatly reduced microbial numbers on prostheses and also induced a decrease in the airflow resistance that occurs on voice prostheses after biofilm formation Rodrigues et al () Partially characterised – glycoprotein Lactococcus lactis 53

Introducing nano/microencapsulated bioactive

2020/8/1Ingredients extracted from plants are able to prevent the oxidation reactions and microbial growth due to their bioactive components [] The foremost advantage of these ingredients is that they are also "GRAS" and hence they are potential substitutions for chemical and microbial preservatives [

Diversity

Microbial symbiotic communities of marine macro-organisms carry functional metabolic profiles different to the ones found terrestrially and within surrounding marine environments These symbiotic bacteria have increasingly been a focus of microbiologists working in marine environments due to a wide array of reported bioactive compounds of therapeutic importance resulting in various patent