Effect of Prebiotic Complex on Gut Microbiota and Endotoxemia in Female Rats with Modeled Heart Failure.
Bull Exp Biol Med. 2020 Mar 07;:
Authors: Vlasov AA, Shperling MI, Terkin DA, Bystrova OV, Osipov GA, Salikova SP, Grinevich VB
We studied the levels endotoxin and microbial markers in the blood of female rats with experimental heart failure and the effects of preliminary treatment with a prebiotic complex based on fermented wheat bran and inactivated Saccharomyces cerevisiae culture on these parameters. The concentrations of endotoxin, markers of lactobacilli, and opportunistic microorganisms were found to increase in rats with experimental heart failure and significantly decreased against the background of treatment with prebiotic complex. The dynamics of markers of bifidobacteria, eubacteria, and propionibacteria were reciprocal. The observed effect of the prebiotic complex effect on gut microbiota in rats with experimental heart failure suggests that this complex can be used for the correction of intestinal dysbiosis and endotoxemia in this clinical condition.
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