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1. Applicability of Enterobacteriaceae and coliforms tests as indicators for Cronobacter in milk powder factory environments.

The emergence of Cronobacter as an important potential pathogen for newborn children and its occurrence in powdered infant formulae has generated a need to develop new management practices for this food group. This includes reduction of the prevalence of Cronobacter in manufacturing environments...

Author(s) : Craven, H.; McAuley, C.; Hannah, M.; Duffy, L.; Fegan, N.; Forsythe, S.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Microbiology 2021 Vol.94

2. Aquatic viruses and climate change.

The viral component in aquatic systems clearly needs to be incorporated into future ocean and inland water climate models. Viruses have the potential to influence carbon and nutrient cycling in aquatic ecosystems significantly. Changing climate likely has both direct and indirect influence on...

Author(s) : Zhang Rui; Weinbauer, M. G.; Peduzzi, P.

Publisher : Caister Academic Press, Wymondham, UK

Journal article : Current Issues in Molecular Biology 2021 Vol.41 pp.357-380 ref.many

3. Lactic acid bacteria diversity and dynamics during ripening of traditional Turkish goatskin Tulum cheese produced in Mut region assessed by culturing and PCR-DGGE.

The study aims to identify the lactic acid bacteria diversity of Tulum cheese which is made from raw milk and ripened in the goatskin for 180 days. The samples were produced in Mut located in the Central Taurus Mountains of Turkey. For the determination of the lactic acid bacteria population of...

Author(s) : Demirci, T.; Akin, N.; Atik, D. S.; Özkan, E. R.; Dertli, E.; Akyol, İ.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : LWT - Food Science and Technology 2021 Vol.138

4. Potential applications of hydrophobically modified inulin as an active ingredient in functional foods and drugs - a review.

Over the past few years, hydrophobically modified inulin (HMI) has gained considerable attention due to its multitudinous features. The targeted release of drugs remains a subject of research interest. Moreover, it is important to explore the properties of short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs) inulin...

Author(s) : Usman, M.; Zhang ChengNan; Patil, P. J.; Mehmood, A.; Li XiuTing; Bilal, M.; Haider, J.; Shabbir Ahmad

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Carbohydrate Polymers 2021 Vol.252

5. Current ocular microbiome investigations limit reproducibility and reliability: critical review and opportunities.

Enthusiasm for research describing microbial communities using next-generation sequencing (NGS) has outpaced efforts to standardize methodology. Without consistency in the way research is carried out in this field, the comparison of data between studies is near impossible and the utility of results ...

Author(s) : Scott, E. M.; Lewin, A. C.; Leis, M. L.

Publisher : Wiley, Boston, USA

Journal article : Veterinary Ophthalmology 2021 Vol.24 No.1 pp.4-11

6. Maintain host health with time-restricted eating and phytochemicals: a review based on gut microbiome and circadian rhythm.

Circadian rhythm synchronizes the host's physiological functions with the switching of environmental pattern to optimize the health status. Intestinal microbiota and circadian rhythms, as new cues affecting host health, act vital roles in the metabolism of the body. Under the control of the host...

Author(s) : Yan RuoNan; Yang, C. S.; Zhang Xin

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Trends in Food Science & Technology 2021 Vol.108 pp.258-268

7. A cross-talk between gut microbiome, salt and hypertension.

Cardiac disorders contribute to one of the major causes of fatality across the world. Hypertensive patients, even well maintained on drugs, possess a high risk to cardiovascular diseases. It is, therefore, highly important to identify different factors and pathways that lead to risk and progression ...

Author(s) : Naqvi, S.; Asar, T. O.; Vikas Kumar; Al-Abbasi, F. A.; Sultan Alhayyani; Kamal, M. A.; Firoz Anwar

Publisher : Elsevier Masson SAS, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France

Journal article : Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy 2021 Vol.134 ref.175

8. Deposition and mobilization of viruses in unsaturated porous media: roles of different interfaces and straining.

The vadose zone is the first natural layer preventing groundwater pollution. Understanding virus transport and retention in the vadose zone is necessary. The effects of different interfaces and mechanisms on virus transport and retention were investigated by studying Escherichia coli phage...

Author(s) : Zhang WenJing; Wu ShengYu; Qin YunQi; Li Shuo; Lei LianCheng; Sun SiMiao; Yang YueSuo

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Environmental Pollution 2021 Vol.270

9. Effects of different doses of nano TiO2 on intestinal microorganisms in mice.

This article explored the effects of oral exposure to different doses of nano TiO2 on the intestinal microbial community of C57BL/6 mice. The results showed the α diversity of intestinal microbes of C57BL/6 mice was increased after oral exposed to nano TiO2. Compared with the control group, the...

Author(s) : Dong Meng; Yang Chen; Shi TingTing; Yang Liu; Liu DongQing; Qiu HanQing; Lin Ying; Lu FuPing; Zhao HuaBing

Publisher : Tianjin Food Research Institute Co. Ltd, Tianjin, China

Journal article : Food Research and Development 2021 Vol.42 No.2 pp.30-36 ref.40

10. Dynamic hydraulics in a drinking water distribution system influence suspended particles and turbidity, but not microbiology.

Spatial and short-term temporal changes in water quality as a result of water age and fluctuating hydraulic conditions were investigated in a drinking water distribution system. Online measurements of total and intracellular adenosine tri-phosphate (ATP), total and intact cell concentrations...

Author(s) : Prest, E. I.; Schaap, P. G.; Besmer, M. D.; Hammes, F.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Water 2021 Vol.13 No.1 ref.44

11. Insights into Fasciola hepatica juveniles: crossing the fasciolosis rubicon.

Unraveling the molecular interactions governing the first contact between parasite and host tissues is of paramount importance to the development of effective control strategies against parasites. In fasciolosis, a foodborne trematodiasis caused mainly by Fasciola hepatica, these early interactions ...

Author(s) : González-Miguel, J.; Becerro-Recio, D.; Siles-Lucas, M.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Trends in Parasitology 2021 Vol.37 No.1 pp.35-47 ref.98

12. Microbiological sampling of swabs and food and water for human consumption.

Sampling procedures for microbiological analysis may affect the final result of the microbiological test. Sampling should only be performed by professionally educated personnel. All sampling equipment and utensils must be sterile. The sample to be taken must be representative, i.e. it must...

Foreign Title :Uzorkovanje hrane, vode za ljudsku potrošnju te obrisaka površina na mikrobiološku ispravnost.

Author(s) : Furmeg, S.; Sokolović, J.; Bukvić, M.; Sokolić, K.; Mustapić, P.; Benić, M.; Cvetnić, Ž.; Tkalec, V. J.

Publisher : Hrvatski veterinarski institut, Centar za peradarstvo, Zagreb, Croatia

Journal article : Veterinarska Stanica 2021 Vol.52 No.1 pp.105-112 ref.21

13. Roles of TNF receptor-associated and Fas-associated death domain proteins in the apoptosis of Eimeria tenella host cells.

The present study aimed to investigate the effects of death receptor adapter proteins, namely, TNF receptor-associated death domain (TRADD) and Fas-associated death domain (FADD) proteins, on Eimeria tenella-induced host cell apoptosis. Gene silencing, culture technique for primary chick embryo...

Author(s) : Xu ZhiYong; Zheng MingXue; Liu Yan; Zhang Li; Zhang XueSong; Bai Rui

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Veterinary Parasitology 2021 Vol.290

14. In vitro (poly)phenol catabolism of unformulated- and phytosome-formulated cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) extracts.

Cranberries (Vaccinium macrocarpon) represent an important source of anthocyanins, flavan-3-ols and flavonols. This study aimed at investigating in vitro the human microbial metabolism of (poly)phenols, principally flavan-3-ols, of unformulated- and phytosome-formulated cranberry extracts. After...

Author(s) : Bresciani, L.; Pede, G. di; Favari, C.; Calani, L.; Francinelli, V.; Riva, A.; Petrangolini, G.; Allegrini, P.; Mena, P.; Rio, D. del

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Research International 2021 Vol.141

15. Insight into the mechanism of decreasing N-nitrosodimethylamine by Lactobacillus pentosus R3 in a model system.

The mechanism of decreasing N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) by Lactobacillus pentosus R3 isolated from Chinese dry sausage was assessed in a model system. The model system was devised using a DeMan-Rogosa and Sharp-ferrous sulfate broth supplement with NDMA or its precursors. The results showed that...

Author(s) : Shao XueFei; Xu BaoCai; Zhou Hui; Chen CongGui; Li PeiJun

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Control 2021 Vol.121

16. Phospholipid bilayer responses to ultrasound-induced microbubble cavitation phenomena.

Using liposomal bilayers as a model for bacterial cell membranes, this study investigates the extents to which high-frequency (1.0 and 3.3 MHz) ultrasound-induced microbubble cavitation phenomena are effective for bacterial inactivation. Förster Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET), acoustic scattering ...

Author(s) : Walsh, M. P.; Tikekar, R. V.; Nitin, N.; Wrenn, S.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Food Engineering 2021 Vol.294

17. Antioxidant potential of nature's "something blue": something new in the marriage of biological activity and extraction methods applied to C-phycocyanin.

Background: C-phycocyanin (C-PC), a blue-colored natural pigment, is Spirulina's most crucial photosynthetic protein, and it is associated with this cyanobacteria's bioactivity. Many recent studies aimed at optimizing C-PC extraction from Spirulina using different protocols; however, the...

Author(s) : Fratelli, C.; Burck, M.; Amarante, M. C. A.; Braga, A. R. C.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Trends in Food Science & Technology 2021 Vol.107 pp.309-323

18. Why does SARS-CoV-2 survive longer on plastic than on paper?

The Covid-19 coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, is inactivated much faster on paper (3 h) than on plastic (7 d). By classifying materials according to virus stability on their surface, the following list is obtained (from long to short stability): polypropylene (mask), plastic, glass, stainless steel, pig...

Author(s) : Corpet, D. E.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Medical Hypotheses 2021 Vol.146 ref.23

19. Using cholinesterases and immobilized luminescent photobacteria for the express-analysis of mycotoxins and estimating the efficiency of their enzymatic hydrolysis.

Novel sensitive analytical agents that can be used for simple, affordable, and rapid analysis of mycotoxins are urgently needed in scientific practice, especially for the screening of perspective bio-destructors of the toxic contaminants. We compared the characteristics of a rapid quantitative...

Author(s) : Efremenko, E.; Maslova, O.; Stepanov, N.; Ismailov, A.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Toxins 2021 Vol.13 No.1 ref.26

20. Bridging 200 years of bacterial classification.

This book chapter briefly takes a historical view of the major steps in bacterial systematics leading to the first reconciliation workshop in 1987 and a re-evaluation of the species concept in 2002. New challenges and concepts developed since then will be outlined. Never before has the future of...

Author(s) : Rosselló-Móra, R.; Stackebrandt, E.

Book chapter : Trends in the systematics of bacteria and fungi 2021 pp.1-20 ref.many

21. MALDI-TOF MS and currently related proteomic technologies in reconciling bacterial systematics.

This book chapter presents an overview and discussion of the use of MALDI-TOF MS for fungal identification. The major known limitations of the technique for fungal taxonomy, and how to overcome these, are also discussed. Moreover, this should guarantee that spectra deposited in such MALDI-TOF MS...

Author(s) : Shah, H. N.; Shah, A. J.; Belgacem, O.; Ward, M.; Dekio, I.; Lyna Selami; Duncan, L.; Bruce, K.; Xu Zhen; Mkrtchyan, H. V.; Cave, R.; Shah, L. M. N.; Gharbia, S. E.

Book chapter : Trends in the systematics of bacteria and fungi 2021 pp.93-118 ref.many

22. Gut microbiota in dementia. Critical review of novel findings and their potential application.

There is a great deal of impetus for the comprehensive understanding of the complete pathological function, genetic information, and functional diversity of the gut microbiota that favors the development of dementia. It has been reported that patients with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's...

Author(s) : Łuc, M.; Misiak, B.; Pawłowski, M.; Stańczykiewicz, B.; Zabłocka, A.; Szcześniak, D.; Pałęga, A.; Rymaszewska, J.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry 2021 Vol.104 ref.many

23. Gut-brain axis: a matter of concern in neuropsychiatric disorders...!

The gut microbiota is composed of a large number of microbes, usually regarded as commensal bacteria. It has become gradually clear that gastrointestinal microbiota affects gut pathophysiology and the central nervous system (CNS) function by modulating the signaling pathways of the...

Author(s) : Naveed, M.; Zhou QiGang; Xu Chu; Taleb, A.; Meng Fan; Ahmed, B.; Zhang Yu; Fukunaga, K.; Han Feng

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry 2021 Vol.104

24. Pectin in diet: interactions with the human microbiome, role in gut homeostasis, and nutrient-drug interactions.

Pectins are a part of daily diet as well as food additives that are indigestible polysaccharides by human enzymes, however, they can be easily degraded by gut bacteria with the production of short chain fatty acids (SCFAs). Knowledge of pectin gut homeostasis and further how pectin affect gut...

Author(s) : Elshahed, M. S.; Miron, A.; Aprotosoaie, A. C.; Farag, M. A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Carbohydrate Polymers 2021 Vol.255

25. Healthy microbiome: a key to successful and sustainable shrimp aquaculture.

The microbiome of the host and its surroundings play a vital role in its health and well-being. Unlike the terrestrial organisms that maternally acquire its microbiome, the aquatic species mainly get colonized by the microorganisms in its aquatic surrounding and are exposed to a wide variety of...

Author(s) : Riya Rajeev; Adithya, K. K.; Kiran, G. S.; Joseph Selvin

Publisher : Wiley, Melbourne, Australia

Journal article : Reviews in Aquaculture 2021 Vol.13 No.1 pp.238-258, 754


In vitro (poly)phenol catabolism of unformulated- and phytosome-formulated cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) extracts. Cranberries (Vaccinium macrocarpon) represent an important source of anthocyanins, flavan-3-ols and flavonols. This study aimed at investigating in vitro the human microbial metabolism of (poly)phenols, principally flavan-3-ols, of unformulated- and phytosome-formulated cranberry extracts. After...

Author(s) : Bresciani, L.; Pede, G. di; Favari, C.; Calani, L.; Francinelli, V.; Riva, A.; Petrangolini, G.; Allegrini, P.; Mena, P.; Rio, D. del

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Research International 2021 Vol.141

15. Insight into the mechanism of decreasing N-nitrosodimethylamine by Lactobacillus pentosus R3 in a model system.

The mechanism of decreasing N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) by Lactobacillus pentosus R3 isolated from Chinese dry sausage was assessed in a model system. The model system was devised using a DeMan-Rogosa and Sharp-ferrous sulfate broth supplement with NDMA or its precursors. The results showed that...

Author(s) : Shao XueFei; Xu BaoCai; Zhou Hui; Chen CongGui; Li PeiJun

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Control 2021 Vol.121

16. Phospholipid bilayer responses to ultrasound-induced microbubble cavitation phenomena.

Using liposomal bilayers as a model for bacterial cell membranes, this study investigates the extents to which high-frequency (1.0 and 3.3 MHz) ultrasound-induced microbubble cavitation phenomena are effective for bacterial inactivation. Förster Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET), acoustic scattering ...

Author(s) : Walsh, M. P.; Tikekar, R. V.; Nitin, N.; Wrenn, S.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Food Engineering 2021 Vol.294

17. Antioxidant potential of nature's "something blue": something new in the marriage of biological activity and extraction methods applied to C-phycocyanin.

Background: C-phycocyanin (C-PC), a blue-colored natural pigment, is Spirulina's most crucial photosynthetic protein, and it is associated with this cyanobacteria's bioactivity. Many recent studies aimed at optimizing C-PC extraction from Spirulina using different protocols; however, the...

Author(s) : Fratelli, C.; Burck, M.; Amarante, M. C. A.; Braga, A. R. C.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Trends in Food Science & Technology 2021 Vol.107 pp.309-323

18. Why does SARS-CoV-2 survive longer on plastic than on paper?

The Covid-19 coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, is inactivated much faster on paper (3 h) than on plastic (7 d). By classifying materials according to virus stability on their surface, the following list is obtained (from long to short stability): polypropylene (mask), plastic, glass, stainless steel, pig...

Author(s) : Corpet, D. E.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Medical Hypotheses 2021 Vol.146 ref.23

19. Using cholinesterases and immobilized luminescent photobacteria for the express-analysis of mycotoxins and estimating the efficiency of their enzymatic hydrolysis.

Novel sensitive analytical agents that can be used for simple, affordable, and rapid analysis of mycotoxins are urgently needed in scientific practice, especially for the screening of perspective bio-destructors of the toxic contaminants. We compared the characteristics of a rapid quantitative...

Author(s) : Efremenko, E.; Maslova, O.; Stepanov, N.; Ismailov, A.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Toxins 2021 Vol.13 No.1 ref.26

20. Bridging 200 years of bacterial classification.

This book chapter briefly takes a historical view of the major steps in bacterial systematics leading to the first reconciliation workshop in 1987 and a re-evaluation of the species concept in 2002. New challenges and concepts developed since then will be outlined. Never before has the future of...

Author(s) : Rosselló-Móra, R.; Stackebrandt, E.

Book chapter : Trends in the systematics of bacteria and fungi 2021 pp.1-20 ref.many

21. MALDI-TOF MS and currently related proteomic technologies in reconciling bacterial systematics.

This book chapter presents an overview and discussion of the use of MALDI-TOF MS for fungal identification. The major known limitations of the technique for fungal taxonomy, and how to overcome these, are also discussed. Moreover, this should guarantee that spectra deposited in such MALDI-TOF MS...

Author(s) : Shah, H. N.; Shah, A. J.; Belgacem, O.; Ward, M.; Dekio, I.; Lyna Selami; Duncan, L.; Bruce, K.; Xu Zhen; Mkrtchyan, H. V.; Cave, R.; Shah, L. M. N.; Gharbia, S. E.

Book chapter : Trends in the systematics of bacteria and fungi 2021 pp.93-118 ref.many

22. Gut microbiota in dementia. Critical review of novel findings and their potential application.

There is a great deal of impetus for the comprehensive understanding of the complete pathological function, genetic information, and functional diversity of the gut microbiota that favors the development of dementia. It has been reported that patients with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's...

Author(s) : Łuc, M.; Misiak, B.; Pawłowski, M.; Stańczykiewicz, B.; Zabłocka, A.; Szcześniak, D.; Pałęga, A.; Rymaszewska, J.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry 2021 Vol.104 ref.many

23. Gut-brain axis: a matter of concern in neuropsychiatric disorders...!

The gut microbiota is composed of a large number of microbes, usually regarded as commensal bacteria. It has become gradually clear that gastrointestinal microbiota affects gut pathophysiology and the central nervous system (CNS) function by modulating the signaling pathways of the...

Author(s) : Naveed, M.; Zhou QiGang; Xu Chu; Taleb, A.; Meng Fan; Ahmed, B.; Zhang Yu; Fukunaga, K.; Han Feng

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry 2021 Vol.104

24. Pectin in diet: interactions with the human microbiome, role in gut homeostasis, and nutrient-drug interactions.

Pectins are a part of daily diet as well as food additives that are indigestible polysaccharides by human enzymes, however, they can be easily degraded by gut bacteria with the production of short chain fatty acids (SCFAs). Knowledge of pectin gut homeostasis and further how pectin affect gut...

Author(s) : Elshahed, M. S.; Miron, A.; Aprotosoaie, A. C.; Farag, M. A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Carbohydrate Polymers 2021 Vol.255

25. Healthy microbiome: a key to successful and sustainable shrimp aquaculture.

The microbiome of the host and its surroundings play a vital role in its health and well-being. Unlike the terrestrial organisms that maternally acquire its microbiome, the aquatic species mainly get colonized by the microorganisms in its aquatic surrounding and are exposed to a wide variety of...

Author(s) : Riya Rajeev; Adithya, K. K.; Kiran, G. S.; Joseph Selvin

Publisher : Wiley, Melbourne, Australia

Journal article : Reviews in Aquaculture 2021 Vol.13 No.1 pp.238-258, 754