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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In vitro fermentability of human milk oligosaccharides by several strains of bifidobacteria.
Results of studying the effect of Bifidobacteria supernatants on growth of Salmonella Enteritidis are presented in Figure 1.
They are found in human milk, which is one reason that a healthy infant microbiome has large numbers of Bifidobacteria.
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Lactobacillus and Bifidobacteria have been shown to support intestinal function and improve both diarrhea and constipation.
Metabolism and survival of bifidobacteria in fermented milk during cold storage.
Friendly bacteria in the intestines, such as bifidobacteria, are killed as well, changing the ecological balance in the intestines and allowing resistant or fast-growing opportunistic bacteria to increase in abundance.
The main representatives of vaginal microbiocenosis of mares were bifidobacteria and sarcines.
A comparison of two probiotic strains of bifidobacteria in premature infants.
In addition, an anaerobic environment will be developed due to the metabolism of lactic flora within a few weeks of ripening, favoring the survival of bifidobacteria [5].
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