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Oral administration of Lactobacillus casei ATCC393 promotes angiogenesis by enhancing neutrophil activity in a murine hind-limb ischemia model
Bioscience of Microbiota Food and Health
Angiogenesis is a highly regulated biological event and requires the participation of neutrophils, which are innate immune cells, to initiate the systematic responses. Some strains of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) can be used for probiotics that provide functional modifications in our immune systems. Here, we show that oral administration of Lacticaseibacillus casei ATCC393 promoted inflammatory angiogenesis accompanied by enhanced neutrophil activity. Heat-killed L. casei (HK-LC) administrationdoi:10.12938/bmfh.2022-038 pmid:36660599 pmcid:PMC9816049 fatcat:bjhpvicd3ffclfylyjos6rbqvy