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Chen Raz
Moshe Shemesh
Nurit Argov-Argaman 

Milk lipids are secreted into the milk collecting ducts as milk fat globule (MFG) where they are exposed to microflora of the udder. We hypothesized that MFG size modulates the metabolic fingerprint of B. subtilis. Accordingly, small and large (2.3 and 7.0 µm, respectively) MFG were isolated from cow milk and used as a substrate for B. subtilis. Small MFG enhanced growth, whereas large MFG enhanced biofilm formation. Bacteria incubated with small MFG had increased concentration of metabolites related to energy production whereas metabolome of the bacteria incubated with large MFG had reduced concentrations of metabolites important for biofilm formation. Postbiotics from bacteria grown on large MFG exacerbated the proinflammatory response of MEC to LPS, and changed the expression of key enzymes involved in lipid and protein synthesis. Our results suggest that MFG size modulate growth trajectories and metabolome of B. subtilis, and consequently the stress response of host cells.

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The role of milk fat globule size in modulating the composition of postbiotics produced by Bacillus subtilis and their effect on mammary epithelial cells
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Chen Raz
Moshe Shemesh
Nurit Argov-Argaman 

The role of milk fat globule size in modulating the composition of postbiotics produced by Bacillus subtilis and their effect on mammary epithelial cells

Milk lipids are secreted into the milk collecting ducts as milk fat globule (MFG) where they are exposed to microflora of the udder. We hypothesized that MFG size modulates the metabolic fingerprint of B. subtilis. Accordingly, small and large (2.3 and 7.0 µm, respectively) MFG were isolated from cow milk and used as a substrate for B. subtilis. Small MFG enhanced growth, whereas large MFG enhanced biofilm formation. Bacteria incubated with small MFG had increased concentration of metabolites related to energy production whereas metabolome of the bacteria incubated with large MFG had reduced concentrations of metabolites important for biofilm formation. Postbiotics from bacteria grown on large MFG exacerbated the proinflammatory response of MEC to LPS, and changed the expression of key enzymes involved in lipid and protein synthesis. Our results suggest that MFG size modulate growth trajectories and metabolome of B. subtilis, and consequently the stress response of host cells.

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