butyrate


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butyrate

 [bu´tĭ-rāt]
a salt of butyric acid.

bu·ty·rate

(byū'ti-rāt),
A salt or ester of butyric acid.

butyrate

/bu·ty·rate/ (bu´tĭ-rāt) a salt, ester, or anionic form of butyric acid.

bu·ty·rate

(byū'ti-rāt)
A salt or ester of butyric acid.

butyrate

a salt of butyric acid.
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2012), who have shown that 1,500 mg/kg sodium butyrate improved the intestinal morphology of broilers.
Butyrate can be stimulated by prebiotics (non-digestible food ingredients that stimulate the growth of healthy bacteria) or indirectly by probiotics (live micro-organisms contained in food).
Curiel described a study showing that the short-chain fatty acid butyrate boosts anti-inflammatory action of the immune system.
The participants divided in two groups were offered the red meat diet and the red meat plus butyrate resistant starch diet for four weeks.
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Short chain fatty acids butyrate and propionate has been related to the pathogenesis of schizophrenia, malignancy, metabolic syndrome x, autoimmune disease and neuronal degeneration [4].
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Such acid blocks the tumour cell proliferation in the colon cancer and that is the reason of why BuAc is thought to be the main protective compound of a fiber rich diet in the colonic carcinomas (5) The butyrate is the preferred energy source for the colonic mucosa and has been implicated in protection against colitis and colorectal cancer (18)
Dietary phytates also increase butyrate levels in the colon.