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Dietary supplementation with Lactobacillus plantarum modified gut microbiota, bile acid profile and glucose homoeostasis in weaning piglets

  • Sen Lin (a1) (a2), Xiaomin Yang (a1), Yanrong Long (a1), Heju Zhong (a1), Peng Wang (a1), Peiqiang Yuan (a1), Xiaoling Zhang (a1), Lianqiang Che (a1), Bin Feng (a1), Jian Li (a1), Yong Zhuo (a1), Yan Lin (a1), Shengyu Xu (a1), De Wu (a1) and Zhengfeng Fang (a1)...

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Bile acids (BA) have emerged as signalling molecules regulating intestinal physiology. The importance of intestinal microbiota in production of secondary BA, for example, lithocholic acid (LCA) which impairs enterocyte proliferation and permeability, triggered us to determine the effects of oral probiotics on intestinal BA metabolism. Piglets were weaned at 28 d of age and allocated into control (CON, n 14) or probiotic (PRO, n 14) group fed 50 mg of Lactobacillus plantarum daily, and gut microbiota and BA profile were determined. To test the potential interaction of LCA with bacteria endotoxins in inducing damage of enterocytes, IPEC-J2 cells were treated with LCA, lipopolysaccharide (LPS) and LCA + LPS and expressions of genes related to inflammation, antioxidant capacity and nutrient transport were determined. Compared with the CON group, the PRO group showed lower total LCA level in the ileum and higher relative abundance of the Lactobacillus genus in faeces. In contrast, the relative abundances of Bacteroides, Clostridium_sensu_stricto_1, Parabacteroides and Ruminococcus_1, important bacteria genera in BA biotransformation, were all lower in the PRO than in the CON group. Moreover, PRO piglets had lower postprandial glucagon-like peptide-1 level, while higher glucose level than CON piglets. Co-administration of LPS and LCA led to down-regulated expression of glucose and peptide transporter genes in IPEC-J2 cells. Altogether, oral L. plantarum altered BA profile probably by modulating relative abundances of gut microbial genera that play key roles in BA metabolism and might consequently impact glucose homoeostasis. The detrimental effect of LCA on nutrient transport in enterocytes might be aggravated under LPS challenge.

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*Corresponding author: Zhengfeng Fang, fax +86-28-86290920, email ZFang@sicau.edu.cn

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Dietary supplementation with Lactobacillus plantarum modified gut microbiota, bile acid profile and glucose homoeostasis in weaning piglets

  • Sen Lin (a1) (a2), Xiaomin Yang (a1), Yanrong Long (a1), Heju Zhong (a1), Peng Wang (a1), Peiqiang Yuan (a1), Xiaoling Zhang (a1), Lianqiang Che (a1), Bin Feng (a1), Jian Li (a1), Yong Zhuo (a1), Yan Lin (a1), Shengyu Xu (a1), De Wu (a1) and Zhengfeng Fang (a1)...

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