2017 Scientific Frontiers

The following were presented at Probitoa 2017 based on abstracts submitted to the Scientific Frontiers session and reviewed by the Scientific Committee

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Oral presentations


The IMPRINT (Infant Microbiota and Probiotic Intake) study: Microbiome remodeling in breast-fed infants following supplementation with a keystone Bifidobacterium species
Dr Steven Frese, Evolve Biosystems

An assessment of the cholesterol-lowering efficacy of Lactobacillus plantarum LP-LDL in adults with normal to mildly elevated cholesterol
Stephen OHara, Optibiotix Health

Posters

1 – In vitro and in vivo selection of probiotic strains with beneficial properties in IBD and obesity
Angèle Guilbot, PILEJE

2 – Faecalibacterium prausnitzii exhibits antinociceptive effect in a non-inflammatory visceral IBS-like pain model
Prof Denis Ardid, UMR1107 NEURO-DOL Inserm/UdA

3 – Potential effect of a synbiotic diet dessert containing Lactobacillus acidophilus La-5 on hematological parameters in patients with metabolic syndrome
Douglas Xavier dos Santos, University of Sao Paulo

4 – Development of a synergistic synbiotic for Lactobacillus plantarum LP-LDL targeting cholesterol reduction
Dr Sofia Kolida,  OptiBiotix Health

5 – Elucidating microbiome-host communication: Ferulic acid is a cross-talk mediator between L. fermentum NCIMB 5221 and the host metabolic, anti-oxidant and immune systems
Susan Westfall, McGill University

6 – Survey of the knowledge of Swiss Family Doc’s on microbiota and probiotics
Dr Bianca-Maria Exl-Preysch, Exl-lent Nutrition Consultants

7 – Effect of Agaricus bisporus mushroom consumption on gastrointestinal tolerance and breath hydrogen response in healthy human subjects
Julie Hess, University of Minnesota

8 – Simulating colonic survival of probiotics in single strain products as compared to multi-strain products
Krista Salli, DuPont Nutrition and Health

9 – CoMiniGut– a small volume in vitro colon model with increased throughput
Dr Maria Wiese, University of Copenhagen

10 – Prebiotic modulation of the gut microbiota by a fermentate from yeast and its effect in humans on digestive comfort and stool parameters
Dr Massimo Marzorati, ProDigest

11 – TSI – a low volume small intestine model with increased throughput
Tomas Cieplak, University of Copenhagen

12 – An assessment of the cholesterol-lowering efficacy of Lactobacillus plantarum LP-LDL in adults with normal to mildly elevated cholesterol
Stephen OHara, OptiBiotix Health

13 – Effect of bacterial lysates obtained from Lactobacillus spp. on THP-1 cells
Erica Castro Inostroza, Universidad San Sebastián

14 – Probiotic characteristics of Lactobacillus plantarum LRCC5193 isolated from kimchi and its potential application in dairy chocolate
Miri Park, Lotte R&D Center

15 – Laxative effect of Lotte Probiotic Chocolat® on loperamide-induced constipation in rats
Sungkeum Seo, Lotte R&D Center

16 – The market for vaginal probiotics for treatment of women with bacterial vaginosis in a region with high HIV and BV prevalence rates
Anna-Ursula Happel, University of Cape Town

17 – Screening of a Lactobacillus strain collection for the development of novel probiotics targeting the early prevention of chronic inflammatory diseases
Dr Delphine Saulnier and Dr Thomas Polakowski, Organobalance

18 – Searching for evidence to move science to claims: A new paradigm for study design
Najla Guthrie, KGK Science

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