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Organoid-like intestinal tridimensional (3D) culture for studies on virulence and/or probiotic properties of bacteria and food related compounds

Abstract

Currently, applications of eukaryotic cell cultures are being developed in three-dimensional (3D) systems, which renders organotypic structures that mimics what occurs in vivo. In the case of intestinal cell culture model, it is possible to obtain a highly differentiated three-dimensional structure, which can be very useful for studies of mechanisms of interaction with pathogenic and/or probiotic bacteria, as well as compounds of interest in food.In this project, a model of Caco-2 intestinal cell culture with a Slow Turning Lateral Device, will be started in the Laboratory of Food Microbiology - FCFRP-USP for applications in studies of global gene expression (transcriptomic) to evaluate possible mechanisms of action of pathogenic cultures, probiotics and/or bacteriocins.This proposal is related to a project developed abroad by the applicant with FAPESP support (2016 / 16293-5) at the University of Pennsylvania, USA (January to July 2017) and will promote the dissemination of new knowledge in the institution of origin (FCFRP- USP), as well as strengthen national and international collaborations (AU)

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PEREIRA, MARITA GIMENEZ; DE ALMEIDA, OTAVIO GUILHERME GONCALVES; DA SILVA, HEVELIN REGIANE AUGUSTO; ISHIZAWA, MARILIA HARUMI; DE MARTINIS, ELAINE CRISTINA PEREIRA. Studies on host-foodborne bacteria in intestinal three-dimensional cell culture model indicate possible mechanisms of interaction. WORLD JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY, v. 37, n. 2 FEB 2021. Web of Science Citations: 0.
REIS-TEIXEIRA, FERNANDA BARBOSA; SOUSA, INGRID PONTES; ALVES, VIRGINIA FARIAS; JACOMETTI CARDOSO FURTADO, NIEGE ARACARI; PEREIRA DE MARTINIS, ELAINE CRISTINA. Evaluation of lemongrass and ginger essential oils to inhibit Listeria monocytogenes in biofilms. JOURNAL OF FOOD SAFETY, v. 39, n. 4 AUG 2019. Web of Science Citations: 1.

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