Probiotics - Isolated from Yak Yoghurt in Qinghai Tibet Plateau of China

Authors

Dr. Xin Zhao
Chongqing University of Education, China.
Yu Qian
Chongqing University of Education, China.
Guijie Li
Chongqing University of Education, China.
Ruokun Yi
Chongqing University of Education, China.
Kun-Young Park
CHA University, Korea.
Jia-Le Song
Guilin Medical University, China.
Xia Feng
Chongqing University of Education, China.
Jing Zhang
Chongqing Chemical Industry Vocational College, China.
Peng Sun
Chongqing University of Education, China.
Jianfei Mu
Chongqing University of Education, China.
Fang Tan
Our Lady of Fatima University, Philippines.
Wei Liao
Chongqing University of Education, China.
Qiang Wang
Chongqing University of Education, China.
Xianrong Zhou
Chongqing University of Education, China.
Ranran Wang
Chongqing University of Education, China.
Zhennai Yang
Beijing Technology and Business University, China.
Xiaofei Zeng
First Affiliated Hospital of Chengdu Medical College, China.
Bihui Liu
Chongqing University of Education, China.
Xianrou Zhou
Chongqing University of Education, China.
Xingyao Long
Chongqing University of Education, China.
Yanni Pan
Chongqing University of Education, China.

Synopsis

This book deals with Probiotics isolated from Yak Yoghurt in Qinghai, Tibet Plateau of China. The book also covers key areas in molecular biology experiment, disease effectiveness, bacterial isolation, probiotic resources, bacterial strain, mRNA, gastrointestinal peristalsis, nitric oxide synthasis, gastrointestinal transit, oxazolone, colitis, chemokine receptor, glutathione activity, alcoholic liver injury, microorganisms assay, fermented dairy product, gastric ulcer, gastric mucosal lesions, glutathione activities, epidermal growth factor, ameliorating inflammation, oxidative stress, protein expression, pathological observation, biochemical efficacy, fermentation, anti-obesity, fat accumulation, adipose tissue indices. This book contains various materials suitable for students, researchers and academicians in the area of probiotics.

Chapters

  • Chapter 1
    Studies on Lactobacillus plantarum YS2 (Yak Yogurt Lactobacillus) Exhibited an Activity to Attenuate Activated Carbon-induced Constipation in Male Kunming Mice
    Dr. Xin Zhao, Yu Qian, Guijie Li, Ruokun Yi, Kun-Young Park, Jia-Le Song
  • Chapter 2
    Recent Advancement on Preventative Effects of Lactobacillus plantarum YS-3 on Oxazolone-induced BALB/c Colitis in Mice
    Xia Feng, Jing Zhang, Yu Qian, Ruokun Yi, Peng Sun, Jianfei Mu, Dr. Xin Zhao, Jia-Le Song
  • Chapter 3
    A Discussion on Isolation and Identification of Lactobacillus plantarum HFY05 from Natural Fermented Yak Yogurt and Its Effect on Alcoholic Liver Injury in Mice
    Ruokun Yi, Fang Tan, Wei Liao, Qiang Wang, Jianfei Mu, Xianrong Zhou, Zhennai Yang, Dr. Xin Zhao
  • Chapter 4
    Research on the Prophylactic Effect of Lactobacillus plantarum KSFY06 on HCl/Ethanol-induced Gastric Injury in Mice
    Ranran Wang, Xiaofei Zeng, Bihui Liu, Ruokun Yi, Xianrong Zhou, Jianfei Mu, Dr. Xin Zhao
  • Chapter 5
    Investigating the Preventive Effect of Lactobacillus plantarum KSFY02 Isolated from Naturally Fermented Yogurt from Xinjiang, China, on D-galactose–induced Oxidative Aging in Mice
    Dr. Xin Zhao, Ruokun Yi, Xianrou Zhou, Jianfei Mu, Xingyao Long, Yanni Pan, Jia-Le Song, Kun-Young Park
  • Chapter 6
    Studies on Lactobacillus plantarum KFY04 Prevents Obesity in Mice through the PPAR Pathway and Alleviates Oxidative Damage and Inflammation
    Xingyao Long, Xiaofei Zeng, Fang Tan, Ruokun Yi, Yanni Pan, Xianrong Zhou, Jianfei Mu, Dr. Xin Zhao
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Published
December 18, 2020

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