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Table of Contents
Section I: Introduction and History of Probiotics.- 1. Probiotics: From the ancient wisdom to the actual therapeutical and nutraceutical perspective.- Section II: The Gut Microorganisms and Probiotics.- 2. The Intestinal Microbiota and Probiotics.- 3.Ecology of Probiotics and Enteric Protection.- Section III: Pathophysiology of Enteric Disorders Due to Disturbed Microbiota.- 4. Factors Causing Disturbances of the Gut Microbiota.- 5. The gut microbiota, probiotics and infectious disease.- Section IV: Application of Molecular Biology and -omics of Probiotics in Enteric Protection.- 6. Application of Molecular Biology and Genomics of Probiotics for Enteric Cytoprotection.- 7. Application of Probiotic Proteomics in Enteric Cytoprotection.- 8. Promoting Gut Health with Probiotic Metabolomics.- Section V: Probiotics, Gut Immunology and Enteric Protection.- 9. Microbiota, Probiotics and Natural Immunity of the Gut.- 10. Interaction of Probiotics with the Acquired Immune System in the Gut.- 11. The Protective Role of Probiotics in Disturbed Enteric Microbiota.- 12. Modulation of Immune System by Probiotics to Protect against Enteric Disorders.- Section VI: Probiotics for Enteric Therapy.- 13. Probiotic-Pathogen Interaction and Enteric Cytoprotection.- 14. Bacteriocins of Probiotics and Enteric Cytoprotection.- 15. Probiotics in Clinical Practice as Therapeutics against Enteric Disorders.- 16. Potential Mechanisms of Enteric Cytoprotection by Probiotics: Lessons from Cultured Human Intestinal Cells.- 17. Probiotics and Enteric Cancers.- Section VII: The Future of Probiotics.- 18. Designer Probiotics and Enteric Cytoprotection.- 19. Future Prospects of Probiotics as Therapeutics against Enteric Disorders.