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Regarding the gut microbiome, 3-(4-hydroxyphenyl)lactate correlated with a multitude of bacterial species that belong to the Firmicutes, Bacteroidetes and Proteobacteria phyla, after adjusting for age and sex. “The Twin and Family cohort allows for the assessment of the heritability estimates and shared ...
Proteobacteria (34%), Actinobacteria (26%), Firmicutes (21%), and Bacteroidetes (16%) comprised more than 90% of the skin microbiomes. Greater interindividual variations were found within the skin microbiomes of non-megacities than those of megacities. In addition, there was a higher number of total ...

At most of the hot spring sites, the team notes, a significant proportion of reads that matched up with microbe sequences in available databases appeared belong to potential pathogens species in the Proteobacteria, Firmicutes, Legionella, and Clostridium genera. At the Elegedi hot spring, on the other hand ...
Among the more abundant strains of bacteria found in pancreatic cancer patients were Proteobacteria, Bacteroidetes, and Firmicutes. In mouse studies, the team demonstrated that bacteria translocate from the gut to the pancreas in those animals with pancreatic cancer. After further studies, the researchers ...
Among the more abundant strains of bacteria found in pancreatic cancer patients were Proteobacteria, Bacteroidetes, and Firmicutes. In mouse studies, the team demonstrated that bacteria translocate from the gut to the pancreas during pancreatic cancer. With further studies, the researchers showed that ...
While the gut microbiota of healthy controls and patients with PDA were both dominated by Firmicutes and Bacteroidetes, they researchers found that Proteobacteria, Synergistetes and Euryarchaeota were significantly more abundant in patients with PDA. This imbalance between the two sets of patients ...

After 6 weeks of Splenda exposure in both ileitis-prone and healthy mice, the researchers observed increased Proteobacteria in all mice, but within that phylum, E. coli increased and penetrated into the ileal lamina propria of the ileitis-prone mice only. Further, the ileitis-prone mice showed increased ...
The new findings, recently published in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, revealed increases in the numbers of Proteobacteria, a large phylum [group] of microbes, in the intestines of mice drinking water supplemented with Splenda. Half of the mice studied, belonging to a genetic line that suffers a form of ...
The new findings, recently published in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, revealed increases in the numbers of Proteobacteria, a large phylum [group] of microbes, in the intestines of mice drinking water supplemented with Splenda. Half of the mice studied, belonging to a genetic line that suffers a form of ...
Findings from the new study—published recently in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases in an article entitled “The Artificial Sweetener Splenda Promotes Gut Proteobacteria, Dysbiosis, and Myeloperoxidase Reactivity in Crohn's Disease–Like Ileitis”—revealed increases in the numbers of Proteobacteria, a large ...
Našli so predvsem bakterijske vrste iz debla Proteobacteria, ki vključuje veliko različnih patogenih rodov, kot so Escherichia, Salmonella, Vibrio, Helicobacter, Yersinia, Legionella ter številni drugi pomembni rodovi. Pri pomivalnih strojih, ki so bili v obratovanju od pet do sedem let, pa se je populacija vrst iz ...
The most common species are from the Actinobacteria, Firmicutes, Proteobacteria, and Bacteriodetes families. Fungi, such as Malassezia species, and mites, such as Demodex species, are also found. There are two types of skin organisms: resident microbes and transient microbes. Resident microbes are ...
Proteobacteria has been observed to abnormally expand in humans with metabolic disorders, inflammation, and cancer. This bloom of Proteobacteria compromises the ability to maintain a balanced gut microbial community. Attempting to describe coral bacteria in this way is also promising – my lab has ...
Almost invariably, members of the phyla Actinobacteria, Bacteroidetes, and Proteobacteria were enriched, differentiating the root specimens from the surrounding environment. Subsequent studies by other labs supported our findings and posited Firmicutes as an additional dominant member of the plant ...
Chronic kidney disease is associated with an increase in the bacteria belonging to the phyla Proteobacteria, Firmicutes, and Actinobacteria. Of the 19 bacterial families that were preponderant in patients with chronic kidney disease, 12 produced urea, five produced uricase, and three produced enzymes ...
In both human and mouse studies, the authors found that Proteobacteria, a so-called bad bacteria, feeds on urea, which is a waste product that can wind up ... from bacterial nitrogen metabolism were strongly linked to Crohn's disease, dysbiosis, and an abundance of Proteobacteria, according to the study.
Most of it broadly came from a phylum known as proteobacteria, which includes species such as E. coli and Salmonella. The largest group of viruses came from previously unknown species in the torque teno family. Torque teno viruses aren't usually associated with disease but do show up in people with ...

Photo: Tn7-like 'jumping genes' that associate with CRISPR-Cas systems was identified in the genome sequences of proteobacteria, pictured ...
Researchers from Stanford University have discovered the existence of new types of proteobacteria and torque teno viruses by analyzing blood ...
The “vast majority” of it belonged to a phylum called proteobacteria, which includes, among many other species, pathogens such as E. coli and ...
The team then set about categorizing that pile of unknown DNA, and found that most of it belonged to a general group known as proteobacteria, ...
The “vast majority” of it belonged to a phylum called proteobacteria, which includes, among many other species, pathogens such as E. coli and ...
Tn7-like 'jumping genes' that associate with CRISPR-Cas systems were identified in the genome sequences of proteobacteria, pictured above.
... that favors the return of the four specific species, Actinobacteria, Bacteroidetes, Firmicutes and Proteobacteria that make up the normal human microbiome.
14.7%; P=0.005) and a significantly decreased abundance of Proteobacteria (23.0% vs. 34.5%; P=0.01) among patients with BE compared with ...
... Pseudomonadaceae, and Cytophagaceae, as well as members of the phylum Proteobacteria, were more abundant in the rhizosphere soil ...
There are four bacterial types typically found on the skin — Actinobacteria, Proteobacteria, Bacteroidetes, and Firmicutes. Different types of ...
The microbial communities of cheese rinds include Firmicutes, Actinobacteria, Proteobacteria, and Bacteroidetes bacteria, and various species ...
“Comparing the bacterial populations showed at least a tenfold higher ratio overall of Actinobacteria (mostly P. acnes) to Proteobacteria in the ...
Otherwise, the researchers found Proteobacteria, Bacteroidetes, and Actinobacteria were primary phyla. Five of the 10 most common ...
Otherwise, the researchers found Proteobacteria, Bacteroidetes, and Actinobacteria were primary phyla. Five of the 10 most common ...
... were dominated by Gardnerella or were a mixed population of Streptococcus, Staphylococcus, Peptoniphilus, E. coli, and Proteobacteria.
Bacteria species like proteobacteria, firmicutes and actinobacteria -- common types of bacteria found from the human skin -- accounted for 67 ...
Proteobacteria, firmicutes and actinobacteria, which have all been found inside humans, accounted for 67.3% of the bacteria in fine dust in all ...
There are too many similarities between eukaryotes and archaea in core information transfer and transcriptional regulation functions for them not to be ancestrally related, and mitochondria are clearly alpha-proteobacteria endosymbionts. Then there are ...
Moreover, analysis of 52 patient stool samples before FMT showed significantly lower bacterial diversity and an increased presence of Proteobacteria compared with healthy donor stool, but microbial diversity was restored within a week after FMT in ...
The discovery that glucoraphanin (precursor to sulforaphane) decreases the number of Gram-negative Proteobacteria, particularly the family Desulfovibrionaceae, in the gut was of particular significance.
The study also showed the predominance of the proteobacteria, such as Escherichia coli, in infants and the elderly. Firmicutes, the most predominant phylum after weaning, was less abundant in children below four years old, compared with children who ...
Morinaga Milk Industry Co., Ltd. (TOKYO:2264), a leading dairy product company in Japan, today announced the results of a new study that show how gut microbiota composition in a healthy human population changes with age.
Miguel's verdict: "Charlotte's microbial diversity is consistent with a fairly unhealthy set of gut microbes, despite her diet.
Sebbene a oggi siano stati descritti oltre 50 filum batterici, nel GIT soltanto due sono quelli prevalenti: i Bacteroidetes (Gram negativi) e i Firmicutes (Gram positivi), mentre Proteobacteria, Verrucomicrobia, Actinobacteria, Fusobatteria e ...
In particular, they saw reduced levels of Proteobacteria (a wide group of organisms that includes Escherichia and Salmonella) and increased levels of Firmicutes (these include Bacilli and Streptococcus).
In addition, the duodenal mucosa of type 1 diabetes patients showed a significant increase in the bacterial phyla Firmicutes and a reduction in Proteobacteria and Bacteroidetes compared with the healthy controls, they wrote online in the Journal of ...
By the type of microbial, microbial seed treatment market is segmented in eukarya, chloroflexi, proteobacteria, archaea, actinobacteria, firmicutes, bacteriodetes, and bacteria.
Patients with Crohn's disease who have a relative lack of intestinal microbial diversity during surgery may be at increased risk for recurrent illness after surgery, according to a multicenter European study.
In our recent publication we have applied a novel analytical pipeline to investigate the cell wall chemical diversity in the Alpha-subdivision of Proteobacteria, possibly the most abundant organisms in the world. This division includes the most common ...
Even though deterioration of the ship has been slowed greatly due to the environment it exists within, in 2010 a proteobacteria was discovered on rusticles recovered from the salvage site. It was fittingly named Halomonas titanicae, and its presence ...
... that encoded phage proteins that blocked the activity of the type I-F CRISPR system. They then followed with the identification of nine more phage proteins inhibiting both type I-F and I-E CRISPR systems, all nestled within the genomes of ...
After identifying the microbiota present in all samples, researchers found that a particular group of bacteria, known as proteobacteria, was more common in white matter samples from MS patients, compared to those from non-MS individuals. Researchers ...
In-depth analysis of the bacterial genetic information revealed a "restricted diversity" of Proteobacteria in white matter samples of progressive MS patients, that was linked with increased inflammatory gene expression.


 

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