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.

bu·ty·rate

(byū'ti-rāt)
A salt or ester of butyric acid.
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It has been postulated that protective properties of butyrate against colon cancer is related to inhibiting proliferation, inducing differentiation and apoptosis in transformed cells including cancer cells.28 Although butyrate increased in cancer patients in Boutron-Ruault study, cell proliferation remained unchanged.
More studies are needed to answer questions such as: Are EoE patients aggravating their own conditions by taking butyrate? Does taking butyrate for a lower digestive tract problem create a higher risk of developing EoE?
Since some patients do not tolerate dietary fiber well, it would be great to have an effective delivery system that enables supplemental butyrate to reach the lower bowel.
Supplementation with either LGG or butyrate induced the expansion of regulatory T cells in the intestine and in bone marrow the spongy tissue inside some bones.
Fibre source affected pH, propionate, iso-butyrate, butyrate (p<0.05), COD and nitrogen content (p<0.01).
"Butyrate is of interest because it has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties on microglia and improve memory in mice when administered pharmacologically," said Rodney Johnson of University of Illinois.
Fecal butyrate levels vary widely among individuals but are usually increased by a diet high in resistant starch.
Despite its importance in pathophysiology of metabolic disease and cancer, there is paucity of data regarding effect of butyrate on adipose tissue (Booth et al., 2015; Crujeiras et al., 2013; Nieman et al., 2013).
These flavor packs include chemicals like ethyl butyrate, which has the aroma of fresh oranges.
We hypothesized Gum Arabic (GA) fermentation delivers short chain fatty acid butyrate, which proved to have modulator properties.
We recommended a specific protocol that involves the administration of an exogenous ketone, [beta]-hydroxybutyrate (BHB), accompanied by the short chain fatty acid, butyrate (BA).
SCFA concentrations of acetate, butyrate, and propionate were analysed using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry as previously described [11].