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Alimentary Microbiome: A PMEU Approach $165.00
Editors: Elias Hakalehto (University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio, Finland)
Book Description:
The term "Alimentary Microbiome" includes all the micro-organisms constituting the microbial ecosystems in the alimentary tract. Their actions are so closely interrelated with the host body functions that the microbial communities could be considered as like an independent organ of the human body system. Neurological, hormonal and immunological regulation is extended to the microbial populations which in turn secrete molecular messages influencing their host. These microbes also live in closely balanced communities, where the competition is often a secondary goal, if it is striven for at all by the micro-organisms in many alimentary tract surroundings. This book describes the microflora in the mouth and on the teeth, in the gastric areas with low pH, in the upper small intestines where most nutrients are taken up from food, and in the fecal samples as well as in the environment. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical)

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1. Introduction of the alimentary tract with its microbes
(Elias Hakalehto)

Chapter 2. Research on the normal microflora and simulations of its interactions using the PMEU
(Elias Hakalehto)

Chapter 3. Oral microbiology and human health
(Ilkka Pesola, Jouni Pesola, Hannu Kokki, Elias Hakalehto)

Chapter 4. Isolations of gastric microbes using the PMEU
(Elias Hakalehto, Ilkka Pesola, Kaarlo Jaakkola)

Chapter 5. Bacterial microflora in the small intestines and its contribution to host uptake
(Elias Hakalehto, Jouni Pesola, Eva del Amo, Osmo Hänninen)

Chapter 6. Development of microbial ecosystems
(Elias Hakalehto)

Chapter 7. Intestinal imbalances and diseases of the digestive tract
(Kaarlo Jaakkola, Elias Hakalehto)

Chapter 8. Importance of intestinal microbiota on immunocompromised pediatric patients
(Jouni Pesola, Elias Hakalehto)

Chapter 9. Fecal microbiological analysis in the health monitoring
(Elias Hakalehto, Anneli Heitto, Jouni Pesola)

Chapter 10. Monitoring Clostridium difficile
(Markus Hell, Elias Hakalehto)

Chapter 11. Environmental monitoring using the enrichment of fecal hygiene indicators
(Lauri Heitto, Anneli Heitto, Elias Hakalehto)

Chapter 12. What should a future probiotic be like?
(Elias Hakalehto, Markus Hell, Osmo H)


      Microbiology Research Advances
   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2012
   Pages: 7 x 10 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-61942-719-8
   Status: AV
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