Probiotics: Applications and Challenges

The application of probiotics in farm product is already common. However, the food trade is seeking to provide completely different forms of probiotic foods apart from farm product with potential health advantages. Microencapsulation technologies on another hand have provided the required protection for probiotics and affected them outside the pharmaceutical and supplemental use to become food ingredients. Microencapsulation technology has the potential to take care of the viability of probiotic bacterium throughout foodstuff process and storage. It's necessary that encapsulation keeps the probiotics active through the duct and releases them in their organ. The survival of microencapsulated cells in simulated internal organ conditions is thus conjointly reviewed. Polysaccharides like alginate, gellan, κ-carrageenan and starch area unit the foremost usually used materials in microencapsulation of bifidobacteria and lactobacilli.

  • Probiotics and Sports Performance
  • Probiotics and agri food production
  • Probiotics in agriculture and food science
  • Patho-biotechnology approach and probiotics
  • Nanotechnology in probiotics and prebiotics
  • Probiotics: Immunobiotics and Immunogenics
  • Probiotics- drug interaction side effects
  • Probiotics viability and sensory acceptance
  • Probiotics and cosmetic potential
  • Improvisation of efficacy of vaccines
  • Probiotics and Biomedical applications
  • Probiotics and pharmaceutical biotechnology
  • Diagnostic biomarker detection
  • Personalized tailored prebiotics

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