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Proteomic comparison of the cytosolic proteins of three Bifidobacterium longum human isolates and B. longum NCC2705

Abstract : Background: Bifidobacteria are natural inhabitants of the human gastrointestinal tract. In full-term newborns, these bacteria are acquired from the mother during delivery and rapidly become the predominant organisms in the intestinal microbiota. Bifidobacteria contribute to the establishment of healthy intestinal ecology and can confer health benefits to their host. Consequently, there is growing interest in bifidobacteria, and various strains are currently used as probiotic components in functional food products. However, the probiotic effects have been reported to be strain-specific. There is thus a need to better understand the determinants of the observed benefits provided by these probiotics. Our objective was to compare three human B. longum isolates with the sequenced model strain B. longum NCC2705 at the chromosome and proteome levels.
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Julio Aires, Patricia Anglade, Fabienne Baraige, Monique Zagorec, Marie-Christine Champomier-Verges, et al.. Proteomic comparison of the cytosolic proteins of three Bifidobacterium longum human isolates and B. longum NCC2705. BMC Microbiology, BioMed Central, 2010, 10 (1), pp.29. ⟨10.1186/1471-2180-10-29⟩. ⟨hal-02922087⟩

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