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BOGDAN, Victoria; VRABIE, Valeria. Microbiological studies of enterococcus faecium biomass for the elimination of the adverse effects of antibiotherapy and the restoration of the microbial balance. In: Yesterday’s heritage – implications for the development of tomorrow’s sustainable society. Ediția 3, 11-12 februarie 2021, Chişinău. Chișinău, Republica Moldova: 2021, pp. 40-41.
|Yesterday’s heritage – implications for the development of tomorrow’s sustainable society
Ediția 3, 2021
Conferința "Yesterday’s heritage – implications for the development of tomorrow’s sustainable society" |
Chişinău, Moldova, 11-12 februarie 2021
In the experiments, guinea pigs weighing 1200g ± 150g were used, acclimatized for 3 days to the vivarium conditions, previously selected by eliminating the specimens with gastrointestinal disorders. The animals were divided into 4 groups of 5 animals numbered as follows: Group 1 – control, Group 2 – control – where antibiotics were administered, Group 3 – probiotic treatment based on biomass of Enterococcus faecium, Group 4 – treated with Lactiferm. To eliminate the adverse effects of antibiotic therapy and restore the balance of this ecosystem, strains of microorganisms with probiotic properties Enterococcus faecium were administered, which transit the digestive tract alive, temporarily colonize this place and through direct mechanisms (microbial antagonism, enzymatic action) or indirect (stimulation of host immunity) lead to the restoration of local flora both in structure and number. Within 24 hours of the administration of the probiotic treatment based on biomass Enterococcus faecium and Lactiferm, respectively, the following were observed: restoration of appetite, normalization of stool and weight gain.