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Title Gut remediation of environmental pollutants : potential roles of probiotics and gut microbiota / edited by Xiangkai Li, Pu Liu
Imprint Singapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2020
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Descript 1 online resource (ix, 245 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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Note Chapter 1: Gut microbiota -- Chapter 2: Probiotics and gut microbiota -- Chapter 3: Probiotics, gut microbiota and heavy metals -- Chapter 4: Probiotics, gut microbiota and pesticides -- Chapter 5: Probiotics, gut microbiota and antibiotics -- Chapter 6: Probiotics, gut microbiota and other persistent organic pollutants -- Chapter 7: Gut microbiota, probiotics and biological contaminants -- Chapter 8: Gut remediation -- Chapter 9: Prospective
This book focuses on probiotics and gut microbiota, as well as their roles in alleviating the toxicity of various environmental pollutants, presenting the latest research findings and explaining advanced research methods and tools. At the same time, it offers suggestions for future research directions. Further, the book introduces readers to the concept of gut remediation, a potential approach to reducing environmental-pollutant toxicity in vivo, based on modulation of gut microbiota using probiotic supplements. Lastly it provides suggestions for further reading
Host Item Springer Nature eBook
Subject Gastrointestinal system -- Microbiology
Probiotics
Pollutants -- Bioaccumulation
Food Microbiology
Environment, general
Environmental Health
Pollution, general
Microbial Ecology
Alt Author Li, Xiangkai, editor
Liu, Pu, editor
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