Bifidobacteria


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Bifidobacteria

(bī″fĭd-ō-băk-tēr′ē-ă) [″ + ″]
Pl. of Bifidobacterium.

Bifidobacteria

A group of bacteria normally present in the intestine. Commercial supplements containing these bacteria are available.
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PreticX increases Bifidobacteria at a low dosage and has a preferable tolerance profile.
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