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Title: Microbiocenosis of the large intestine of rats after oral application of zoogloeas medusomvces gysevii (kombucha)
Authors: Bondareva, N. I.
Бондарева, Н. И.
Timchenko, L. D.
Тимченко, Л. Д.
Dobrynya, Y. M.
Добрыня, Ю. М.
Gandraburova, N. I.
Гандрабурова, Н. И.
Piskov, S. I.
Писков, С. И.
Keywords: Intestine;Kombucha;Medusomyces gysevii;Microflora;Prebiotic;Zoogloea
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Stavropol State Medical University
Citation: Bondareva, N.I., Timchenko, L.D., Alieva, E.V., Dobrynja, Yu.M., Gandraburova, N.I., Piskov, S.I., Kalmykova, L.I. Microbiocenosis of the large intestine of rats after oral application of zoogloeas medusomvces gysevii (kombucha) // Medical News of North Caucasus. - 2017. - Volume 12. - Issue 1. - Pages 87-90
Series/Report no.: Medical News of North Caucasus
Abstract: Nowadays, dysbioses is a very important problem. The most effective way to correct them is preferable to use prebiotics. Due to a wide range of biochemical constituents of microbial origin, zoogloea of a natural symbiont Medusomyces gysevii (kombucha) is a potential raw material which can be used like an object to produce a prebiotic. Study of the effect of this substance on microbiocenosis of intestine of rats was conducted. The results indicate that the oral admission of inactivated Medusomyces gysevii zoogloeas by mammals changes the quantitative composition of microorganisms' relationship in the large intestine, which is reflected in the reduction of Candida fungi, as well as in the increase of the number of animals with increased level of lactobacilli and bifidobacteria
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