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Dairy propionibacteria from milk or cheese diets remain viable and enhance propionic acid production in the mouse cecum



Dairy propionibacteria from milk or cheese diets remain viable and enhance propionic acid production in the mouse cecum



Lait 85(1/2): 85-98



The supply of carbohydrates is a growth-limiting factor for the intestinal microflora which ferments non-digested or incompletely digested carbohydrates, rendering short-chain fatty acids (SCFA) as major products. These organic acids are involved in a wide range of physiological functions. Therefore, it is of great interest to increase the SCFA intestinal production by using probiotic strains.

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