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Developing a guide of bioinformatic database for probiotic products
Developing a guide of bioinformatic database for probiotic products
Yılmaz, Melike, author.
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Recently, probiotic use has rapidly expanded, as they have potential health effects for microbiota to protect homeostasis in the human body. Bioinformatics is generally defined as collecting and analysing biological data. Establishing a bioinformatic system for probiotics, would have a potential to emphasize the beneficial impacts for human health, while enabling cross examination on diseases and products. In this study, new information has been collected about probiotics based on in vitro, in vivo, clinical trials and meta-analysis to develop a comprehensive guide. Metaanalyses of sixteen and seventeen randomized, controlled trials of S. boulardii (Sb) against diarrhea reported pooled relative risks of 0.51 (95% CI [0.40-0.64]) in adults and 0.55 (95% CI [0.42-0.72]) in children, respectively. These results demonstrated that Sb was effective for preventing and treating different types of diarrhea in adult and children patients. An in silico gene expression study conducted in Tecnico Lisboa* comparing Sb probiotic and non-probiotic Saccharomyces cerevisiae (Sc) strains showed transcription regulation differences in 26 genes. An in silico pipeline that was used as the basis for a new query in the ProBioYeastract database was developed. A cross-strain promoter analysis, comparing Sb CNCM I-745 and Unique28 strains with Sc S288C strain showed that the expression of 26 probiotic-related genes was predicted to be controlled by different transcription factors in probiotic vs non-probiotic strains. Among the evaluated six selected genes, a gene involved in biofilm formation, aggregation, and adhesion, EFG1, was found to be up-regulated in Sb CNCM I-745 compared to Sc BY4741. *Supervisors; Assoc. Prof. Miguel Teixeira and Asst. Prof. Pedro Monteiro
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Thesis (Master)--İzmir Institute of Technology: Biotechnology.

İzmir Institute of Technology: Biotechnology--Thesis (Master).
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