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Last Updated: 27 April 2022

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Short-term feeding of defatted bovine colostrum mitigates inflammation in the gut via changes in metabolites and microbiota in a chicken animal model

The causes of inflammation in the gut vary by region, according to the local digesta composition and lumen environmental conditions, which also influence microbial diversity. Bovine colostrum contains a complex of chemicals with referenced to positive effects in gut physiology in general, but there is no definitive study of what changes in gut metabolites and bacteria could occur with consumption of BC that specifically and repeatedly can influence inflammation status in the small intestine. BC influenced the composition and structure of the gut microbiota, particularly in relation to the growing number of immunomodulating segmented filamentous bacteria specific to ileal epithelial scrapings, which was consistent with the current theories of gut eubiosis.

Source link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bioproject/821505

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