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乳酸菌(第5版)

Lactic Acid Bacteria : Microbiological and Functional Aspects

5TH

Vinderola, Gabriel (EDT)   Ouwehand, Arthur C. (EDT)   Salminen, Seppo (EDT)

CRC Pr I LLC 2019/04
744 p. 26 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780815366485
KCN: 1033430055
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Thoroughly updated, and with 12 new chapters, the Fifth Edition covers regulatory aspects globally, new findings on health effects, properties and stability of LAB as well as production of target specific LAB. Prev. ed.: 2011.

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"A CRC title, part of the Taylor & Francis imprint, a member of the Taylor & Francis Group, the academic division of T&F Informa plc."
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Table of Contents

Contents Preface...................................................................... .........................................................................ix Editors ............................................................................. ..................................................................xi Contributors ............................................................................. ...................................................... xiii Chapter 1 Lactic Acid Bacteria: An Introduction .......................................................................1 Atte von Wright and Lars Axelsson Chapter 2 Genetics of Lactic Acid Bacteria ............................................................................. . 17 Lorenzo Morelli and Atte von Wright Chapter 3 Genus Lactococcus ............................................................................. ...................... 33 Atte von Wright Chapter 4 The Genus Lactobacillus ............................................................................. ............. 47 Fandi Ibrahim and Arthur C. Ouwehand Chapter 5 Fructophilic Lactic Acid Bacteria: An Overview of Their Unique Properties ........ 57 Akihito Endo Chapter 6 Introduction to the Genera Pediococcus, Leuconostoc, Weissella, and Carnobacterium............................................................... .........................................65 Elina Sade and Johanna Bjoerkroth Chapter 7 Streptococcus: A Brief Update on the Current Taxonomic Status of the Genus ......87 John R. Tagg, Philip A. Wescombe, John D. F. Hale, and Jeremy P. Burton Chapter 8 Probiotic Enterococci, Their Enterocins and Their Use in Animals ...................... 109 Andrea Laukova Chapter 9 Bifidobacteria: General Overview of Ecology, Taxonomy, and Genomics ............ 125 Chiara Ferrario, Francesca Turroni, Douwe van Sinderen, and Marco Ventura Chapter 10 Bacteriophage and Anti-phage Mechanisms in Lactic Acid Bacteria .................... 139 Jennifer Mahony, Susan Mills, R. Paul Ross, Horst Neve, Aidan Coffey, and Douwe van Sinderen Chapter 11 Antimicrobials from Lactic Acid Bacteria and Their Potential Applications ........ 151 Fergus W. J. Collins, Mary C. Rea, Colin Hill, and R. Paul Ross Chapter 12 Lactic Acid Bacteria for Fermented Dairy Products .............................................. 175 Sylvie Binda and Arthur C. Ouwehand Chapter 13 Lactic Acid Bacteria in Cereal-Based Products ....................................................... 199 Michael G. Ganzle and Hannu Salovaara Chapter 14 Lactic Acid Bacteria in Meat Fermentations: Role of Autochthonous Starter Cultures on Quality, Safety and Health .................................................................. 215 Graciela Vignolo, Patricia Castellano, Cecilia Fontana, Pier Sandro Cocconcelli, and Silvina Fadda Chapter 15 Examples of Lactic-Fermented Foods of the African Continent ........................... 235 Charles M. A. P. Franz and Wilhelm H. Holzapfel Chapter 16 Lactic Acid Bacteria in Vegetable Fermentations .................................................. 255 Kun-Young Park and Boh Kyung Kim Chapter 17 Lactic Acid Bacteria and Silage Fermentation ....................................................... 275 Ibukun M. Ogunade, Oscar C. M. Queiroz, and Kathy G. Arriola Chapter 18 Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) in Grape Fermentations: An Example of LAB as Contaminants in Food Processing ..........................................................................287 Eveline Bartowsky Chapter 19 Lactic Acid Bacteria in Food Spoilage ...................................................................303 Vasileios Pothakos and Johanna Bjoerkroth Chapter 20 The Production of Lactic Acid Bacteria Starters and Probiotic Cultures: An Industrial Perspective ............................................................................. .......... 317 Gabriel Vinderola, Claude P. Champagne, and Emilie Desfosses-Foucault Chapter 21 Stability of Lactic Acid Bacteria and Bifidobacteria in Foods and Supplements ............................................................................. .............................. 337 Miguel Gueimonde, Clara G. de los Reyes-Gavilan, Borja Sanchez, Nuria Salazar, and Silvia Arboleya Chapter 22 The Safety of Lactic Acid Bacteria for Use in Foods ............................................. 355 David Obis, Myriam Paris, and Arthur C. Ouwehand Chapter 23 Safety of Novel Bacteria for Probiotic Use: European Perspective ........................ 371 Theodor Brodmann, Seppo Salminen, Wolfgang Kneifel, Gabriel Vinderola, and Carlos Gomez-Gallego Chapter 24 Lactic Acid Bacteria in the Gut ............................................................................. . 383 Mirjana Rajilic-Stojanovic, Suzana Dimitrijevic, and Natasa Golic Chapter 25 Gastrointestinal Benefits of Probiotics: Clinical Evidence .....................................409 Arthur C. Ouwehand Chapter 26 Probiotics and the Immune System ........................................................................ 423 Hanne Frokiaer Chapter 27 Targeting the Gut Microbiota in Metabolic Disorders and Juvenile Growth: Potential Impact of Lactic Acid Bacteria and Next Generation Probiotics ............ 441 Kassem Makki, Martin Schwarzer, Bernardo Cuffaro, Hubert Vidal, Emmanuelle Maguin, and Corinne Grangette Chapter 28 Brain-Gut-Microbiota Axis in Mood and Cognition: Impact of Psychobiotics ............................................................................. ........................463 Mary I. Butler, John F. Cryan, and Timothy G. Dinan Chapter 29 Lactic Acid Bacteria and Oral Health ....................................................................485 Iva Stamatova, Qingru Jiang, and Jukka H. Meurman Chapter 30 Human Studies on Probiotics and Endogenous Lactic Acid Bacteria in the Female Urogenital Tract ............................................................................. ............ 495 Gregor Reid Chapter 31 Lactic Acid Bacteria and Respiratory Health: Their Beneficial Effects on Viral Infections ............................................................................. ..........................505 Julio Villena, Alexander Suvorov, Haruki Kitazawa, and Susana Alvarez Chapter 32 Human Studies on Probiotics: Infants and Children .............................................. 521 Hania Szajewska Chapter 33 Nutrition Economics: Confirming Benefits of Probiotics and Prebiotics ............... 533 Aki Koponen and Seppo Salminen Chapter 34 Beneficial Microbes for Companion Animals ........................................................ 541 Minna Rinkinen and Shea Beasley Chapter 35 Lactic Acid Bacteria in Aquatic Environments and Their Applications ................ 555 Beatriz Gomez-Sala, Javier Feito Hermida, Pablo E. Hernandez Cruza, and Luis M. Cintas Izarra Chapter 36 The Use of Probiotics in Nutrition and Disease Prevention in Farm Animals ...... 579 Alojz Bomba, Radomira Nemcova, Ladislav Strojny, and Dagmar Mudron ova Chapter 37 Probiotic Effects of Non-viable Lactic Acid Bacteria ............................................609 Marion Bernardeau and Marina Cretenet Chapter 38 Probiotics Regulation in Asian and Australasian Countries .................................. 631 Cyndy Au, Sandy Lin, Wei Shao, Su Jin, Yan Wen, Jasvir Singh, Victor Basuki, Hiroko Tanaka, Geun Eog Ji, E-Siong Tee, Julie D. Tan, Ming-Ju Chen, Malee Jirawongsy, Le Hoang Vinh, Caroline Gray, and Yuan-Kun Lee Chapter 39 Probiotics Regulation in Latin American Countries .............................................. 683 Ana Binetti, Patricia Burns, Daniela Tomei, Jorge Reinheimer, and Gabriel Vinderola Chapter 40 The Regulation of Probiotics in the United States .................................................693 Amy B. Smith Chapter 41 Regulation of Probiotics in Canada ........................................................................ 711 Jon-Paul Powers Chapter 42 Safety Assessment of Probiotics in the European Union (EU) .............................. 723 Atte von Wright Index ............................................................................. ................................................................. 735