2020
DOI: 10.1101/2020.07.21.214676
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Experimental evidence for the role of natural radioactivity in influencing viability of commensal microorganisms

Abstract: The role of natural radioactivity in influencing viability of commensal microorganisms, with particular reference to those pertaining to the human microbiota, has not been investigated in detail. The results of experiments culturing a diversified array of microorganims - probiotics - in naturally radioactive mineral water or deuterium-depleted water are here described. Culturing microorganisms in naturally radioactive mineral water yielded one order of magnitude more live microbial cells in comparison with cul… Show more

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“…lactis, one of the strains of the probiotic blend, share significant homologies that are responsible for the transfer of information. Transfer of information to human cells occurs through an intermediary that is constituted by Lactococcus phage ul36 (Ruggiero, 2020).…”
Section: Rationale For the Co-culture Of Arthrospira Platensis With Probioticsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…lactis, one of the strains of the probiotic blend, share significant homologies that are responsible for the transfer of information. Transfer of information to human cells occurs through an intermediary that is constituted by Lactococcus phage ul36 (Ruggiero, 2020).…”
Section: Rationale For the Co-culture Of Arthrospira Platensis With Probioticsmentioning
confidence: 99%