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Abstract Title:

A randomised trial of probiotics to reduce severity of physiological and microbial disorders induced by partial gastrectomy for patients with gastric cancer.

Abstract Source:

J Cancer. 2019 ;10(3):568-576. Epub 2019 Jan 1. PMID: 30719153

Abstract Author(s):

Cihua Zheng, Tingtao Chen, Yuqing Wang, Yuan Gao, Yao Kong, Zhaoxia Liu, Xiaorong Deng

Article Affiliation:

Cihua Zheng

Abstract:

Gastrectomy has been widely used for the treatment of gastric cancer, and the severity of physiological and microbial disorders has greatly harmed the health of patients. In the present study, a probiotic combination containing,,andwas used to reduce the physiological disorders induced by gastrectomy via monitoring the blood index and microbial diversity using high-throughput sequencing. Our results indicated that the probiotic combination had significantly reduced the inflammation indexes (leukocyte) (p<0.05), while it markedly enhanced the immunity indexes (lymphocyte) and nutrition indexes (albumin and total protein) (p<0.05). In addition, gastric cancer had a strong influence on the microbial diversity of the stomach via enhancing the number of pathogens of,and, and reducing the percentage of the probiotic. Although partial gastrectomy markedly changed intestinal microbial diversity, the taking of the probiotic combination greatly reduced the ratio of Firmicutes/Bacteroidetes compared with patients taking no probiotics at the phylum level. At the genus level, the probiotic combination significantly enhanced the numbers of the probiotic bacteria,andand lowered the richness of. Therefore, we concluded that the taking of the probiotic combination significantly enhances the immune response of patients and reduces the severity of inflammation through modification of gut microbiota.

Study Type : Human Study

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