Probiotics and Prebiotics: Scientific Aspects, 2005
Probiotics and Prebiotics: Scientific Aspects, 2005. Edited by Gerald W. Tannock University of Otago, Dunedin , New Zealand (Caister Academic Press). Chapters include: Molecular Methods in Microbial Ecology (Erwin G. Zoetendal and Roderick I. Mackie), Taxonomy of Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria (Franco Dellaglio and Giovanna E. Felis), The Microecology of Lactobacilli in the Gastrointestinal Tract (Jens Walter), Exopolysaccharide Production by Intestinal Lactobacilli (Michael G. Gänzle and Clarissa Schwab), Beyond Genome Sequences: Approaches to Genome-wide Analysis of Gut Bacteria (Makda Fisseha and Fabrizio Arigoni), Molecular Interactions of Commensal Enteric Bacteria with the Intestinal Epithelium and the Mucosal Immune System: Implications for Chronic Intestinal Inflammation (Dirk Haller), Genetically Modified Probiotics (Lothar Steidler
and Sabine Neirynck), Bacterial Therapeutics for the Treatment and Prevention of Urogenital Infections (Thomas P. Parks, Qiang Xu, Laurel A. Lagenaur and Peter P. Lee), Prebiotics and the Infant Microbiota (L.C. Roger and A.L. McCartney), The Tangled Bank and Gut Microbial Ecology (Gerald W. Tannock).