Lactobacilli protects our Intestinal cell New Finding

Lactobacilli protects our Intestinal cell New Finding


  • Post By : Kumar Jeetendra

  • Source: Emory Health Sciences

  • Date: 14 Aug,2015

Lactobacilli well known for its positive effects over intestines and helps our intestinal cell. Researchers trying to use these microbes for treatment of intestinal diseases.

Researcher from Emory University School of Medicine working on concept that

How regulatory circuit does called Nrf2, present in both insects and mammals, responds to beneficial bacteria and gears up a protective response to environmental stresses.

No doubt these findings play an important role in treatment of different intestinal chronic disease. And more as opens the thought like use of radiation therapy in treatment of cancer like disease.

According to original Research:

"The body's response to bacteria is often seen through the lens of the immune system," says senior author Andrew Neish, MD, professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at Emory University School of Medicine. "The pathway we've identified is not inflammatory or immunoregulatory; rather, it's cytoprotective."

While many types of bacteria that live in our intestines are inert or even harmful to intestinal cells, a small subset — lactobacilli — can stimulate increased motility, proliferation and ability to withstand stress, Neish says."Lactobacilli are present in yogurt, and they're also the first kind of bacteria that will colonize a baby's system after the baby is born," he says.

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