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    Roderick Mackie,Bryan White,Richard E. Isaacson
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Authors: Mackie, Roderick, White, Bryan, Isaacson, Richard .

The gastrointestinal tract is a complex anaerobic microbial ecosystem containing a vast assemblage of resident microorganisms performing a multitude of metabolic activities that play a key role in health and disease of humans and animals. Furthermore, the gastrointestinal microbes have a dominant impact on the growth and productivity of both ruminant and non-ruminant animals.

Gastrointestinal Microbiology, Том 1 Chapman & Hall Microbiology Series Gastrointestinal Microbiology, Bryan A. White Gastrointestinal microbiology: Gastrointestinal ecosystems and fermentations (Том 1), Bryan A. White. Roderick Mackie, Bryan White, Richard E. Isaacson. Издание: иллюстрированное. Springer Science & Business Media, 1997.

Gastrointestinal Microbiology. Chapman & Hall, New York. ABSTRACT: Microbial molecular ecology approaches were used to the effects of Bar-transgenic rice on Intestinal Micro-flora of the Mice (Mus musculus)

Gastrointestinal Microbiology. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Effects of bar-transgenic rice on the intestinal microflora of the mice (Mus musculus). ABSTRACT: Microbial molecular ecology approaches were used to the effects of Bar-transgenic rice on Intestinal Micro-flora of the Mice (Mus musculus). Kunming mice (Mus musculus) of 100 SPF-grade (20 g ± 2 g), half of which were male and the other half female, were randomly divided into five groups with four replications per group and five mice per replication to assess the safety of Bar-transgenic rice.

Gastrointestinal Microbiology : Gastrointestinal Microbes and Host .

book by Richard E. Gastrointestinal Microbiology : Gastrointestinal Microbes and Host Interactions. by Richard E. Isaacson, Roderick Mackie, Bryan White.

Richard Evan Isaacson, American Microbiologist. Achievements include discovery and development of first federally licensed recombinant DNA vaccine, EcoBac TM. National Institutes of Health grantee, 1979, USDA competitive grantee, 1982, 90, 93, 95. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Society Microbiology, American Academy Microbiology, Sigma Xi, Phi Zeta. Assistant professor University Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1978-1983. Manager Pfizer, In. Groton, Connecticut, 1983-1989. Associate professor University Illinois, Urbana, 1989-1995, professor, assistant department head, head division ogy, 1995-2001. New York City: Chapman & Hall. Gastrointestinal microbiology. White, Bryan . Mackie, R. Isaacson, Richard E. New York City : Chapman & Hall, 1997. White, BA, Mackie, RI & Isaacson, RE 1997, Gastrointestinal microbiology. Chapman & Hall, New York City. White BA, Mackie RI, Isaacson RE. New York City: Chapman & Hall, 1997. White, Bryan A. ; Mackie, R. I. ; Isaacson, Richard .

Extremely diverse and complicated bacterial and protozoan populations inhabit the rumen and intestinal tract of animals, and there is a delicate balance among the individual populations within this complex microbial community

Extremely diverse and complicated bacterial and protozoan populations inhabit the rumen and intestinal tract of animals, and there is a delicate balance among the individual populations within this complex microbial community.

This study examines host-microbe signaling at the gastrointestinal barrier to identify bottom-up mechanisms of microbiota-brain communication. OBJECTIVES: We examined differences in gut microbiota composition and fecal miRNA profiles in BALB/c and C57BL/6 mice, in relation to gastrointestinal homeostasis and evaluated the response to perturbation of the gut microbiota by broad-spectrum antibiotic treatment

Gastrointestinal Microbiology. Article · January 2006 with 17 Reads. These results indicate that the probiotic microbes in cheese survive in the gastrointestinal tract and that the cheese matrix does not seem to affect the probiotic survival. How we measure 'reads'. Cite this publication.

Applied and Environmental Microbiology. The animal gut is host to an abundant and diverse microbiota that plays an important role in the health and nutrition of the animal. Clinical and Vaccine Immunology. Ten libraries (five gastrointestinal tract locations from two groups of birds) of approximately 555-bp chaperonin 60 PCR products were prepared, and 10,932 cloned sequences were analyzed. A total of 370 distinct cpn60 sequences were identified, which ranged in frequency of recovery from 1 to 2,872.

The gastrointestinal tract is a complex anaerobic microbial ecosystem containing a vast assemblage of resident microorganisms performing a multitude of metabolic activities that play a key role in health and disease of humans and animals. Furthermore, the gastrointestinal microbes have a dominant impact on the growth and productivity of both ruminant and non-ruminant animals. This two-volume series on Gastrointestinal Microbiology reviews the literature and provides a comprehensive account of the biological significance of the microbiota present in the alimentary tract of a wide range of animals, in terms of their nutritional ecology, biochemical activities, development and composition, interactions and role in host health and disease. Recent developments in the areas of molecular ecology, bacterial genetics, immunological aspects of host microbe interactions at the level of the intestinal mucosa, bacterial translocation and intestinal disease are included. Although emphasis is placed on domestic ruminants and man, systems which have been extensively researched, this series also provides a full and integrated account of the nutritional ecology and microbial ecology in the gut of many diverse mammals, birds, fish, amphibians, reptiles and insects. This broad perspective allows more realistic interpretation, and better evaluation of, as well as greater insight into, the evolution, ecology, and function of the gastrointestinal ecosystem. These volumes contain contributions from a multidisciplinary group of internationally recognized authors, all active researchers in their particular fields.