Research and Dissertations

EF-2001 Anti-Allergy Effect

Heat-Killed Enterococcus faecalis EF-2001 Ameliorates Atopic Dermatitis in a Murine Model

Effect of Enterococcus faecalis EF-2001 on Experimentally Induced Atopic Eczema in Mice

EF-2001 Immune Activation Compared to other lactic acid bacteria

Significance of dead bacteria in gastrointestinal tracts biological activities of heat-killed Enterococcus faecalis EF-2001 cells

EF-2001 Safety related

Subchronic Oral Dose Toxicity Study of Enterococcus Faecalis EF-2001 in Mice

Identity of Heat-killed as probiotics

Probiotics- how should they be defined?

Probiotic microbes- do they need to be alive to be beneficial?

The probiotic paradox/ live and dead cells are biological response modifiers

Immune activation of Heat treated Lactic acid bacteria

An analysis of the effectiveness of heat-killed lactic acid bacteria in alleviating allergic diseases

Intestinal flora and intestinal immune system improvement effect

Emerging molecular insights into the interaction between probiotics and the host intestinal mucosa

Heat-killed probiotic's Viral Infection Inhibition effect

Pretreatment with a heat-killed probiotic modulates monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 and reduces the pathogenicity of influenza and enterovirus 71 infections

Anti-inflammatory effect of killed probiotics

Toll-LikeReceptor 9 Signaling Mediates the Anti-inflammatory Effects ofProbiotics in Murine Experimental Colitis

Application of High Dose Probiotic

An Emerging Trend of High Dose Probiotic Use in Clinical Practice