Immunological effects of glucan and Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, a probiotic bacterium, on Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus intestine with oral Aeromonas ... View Full Text


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2010-09

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Suchanit Ngamkala, Kunihiko Futami, Masato Endo, Masashi Maita, Takayuki Katagiri

ABSTRACT

The present study histologically examined the effects of glucan-containing and Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG (LGG)-containing diets on intestinal damages inflicted on Nile tilapia by Aeromonas challenges. Tilapia were fed control, glucan, and LGG diets for 2 weeks and were subsequently challenged with Aeromonas. The intestines were then histologically examined at 1, 7, 14, and 21 days post-infection. Mortality following the challenge was lower for the fish fed the glucan and LGG diets. The intestines of these groups also showed increased inflammatory cell infiltration and reduced intestinal damage from Aeromonas. Moreover, inflammatory cell infiltration occurred more rapidly in the glucan-fed than in the LGG-fed fish following the challenge. Before the challenge, the dominant mucous cell was the acid type in all the tests. After the challenge, the main mucus cell type in the proximal intestine of the glucan-fed fish shifted to AB-PAS double-staining cells, while in the LGG-fed fish, it remained the acid type throughout the test period, and the number of double-staining cells was smaller than in the control fish after the challenge. Thus, the different mucous cell and inflammatory cell responses show that glucan and LGG might have different immunostimulative effects, although they both reduced the intestinal damage following Aeromonas challenges. More... »

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