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Undissociated Gelatine Tannate reduces intestinal leakiness and mucosa inflammation by forming a protective biofilm: results from in-vitro and in-vivo studies.

L. Bueno et al.

UEG Journal - United European Gastroenterology Journal, Oct.2013: Vol. 1, Supl. 1; ISSN 2050-6406 (print) ISSN 2050-6414 (online) - Pags A75-A76 Introduction:Gelatine (GEL) stabilised by cross-linking with tannic acid (TA) forms gelatine tannate (GT). GT is approved as medical device for the...

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Gelatin tannate as treatment for acute diarrhea in children: a prospective, randomized, parallel study.

M. Aloi , F. Pofi, C. Tolone, M. Piccirillo , A. Nicolai , G. Romano, G. D’Arcangelo, S. Cucchiara.

Abstracts / Digestive and Liver Disease 45 (2013) e263–e311Background and aims:Oral rehydration therapy is the only treatment recommended by the World Health Organization in acute diarrhea in children. The aim of this study was to compare the efficacy and safety of a therapy with gelatin...

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Antibiofilm polysaccharides.

Rendueles O1, Kaplan JB, Ghigo JM.

Environ Microbiol. 2013 Feb;15(2):334-46. Bacterial extracellular polysaccharides have been shown to mediate many of the cell-to-cell and cell-to-surface interactions that are required for the formation, cohesion and stabilization of bacterial biofilms. However, recent studies have identified...

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