Traditional Therapies of Probiotics

There is an increasing scientific and industrial interest within the use of helpful microorganisms, or "probiotics," for the bar and treatment of malady. The microorganisms most often used as probiotic agents’ area unit lactic-acid microorganism like true bacteria rhamnosus GG (LGG), that has been extensively studied in recent literature. Multiple mechanisms of action are postulated, as well as milk sugar digestion, production of antimicrobial agents, competition for house or nutrients, and immunomodulation. Studies of paediatric diarrhea show substantial proof of clinical edges from probiotic medical aid in patients with microorganism inflammatory disease, and knowledge on LGG treatment for true bacteria difficile diarrhea seem promising. However, knowledge to support use of probiotics for bar of traveler's diarrhea area unit additional restricted. New analysis suggests potential applications in immunogen development and bar of sexually transmitted diseases. any studies area unit required to require full advantage of this ancient medical approach and to use it to the infectious diseases of the new millennium. 

  • Oral Therapy
  • Phage Therapy
  • Microbiota transplantation and probiotics
  • Radiation-induced probiotic therapy
  • Probiotics in Helicobacter pylori Therapy
  • Biotransformation and intestinal probiotics
  • Adjunctive therapy for infections

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