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  1. Dietary fiber-rich barley products beneficially affect the intestinal tract of rats.
    The Journal of nutrition (J Nutr ) Vol: 132 Issue 12 Pages: 3704-14
    Pub: 2002 Dec Epub:
    • Dongowski G
    • Huth M
    • Gebhardt E
    • Flamme W

  2. The green tea modulates large intestinal microbiome and exo/endogenous metabolome altered through chronic UVB-exposure.
    PloS one (PLoS One ) Vol: 12 Issue 11 Pages: e0187154
    Pub: 2017 Epub: 2017 Nov 8
    • Jung ES
    • Park HM
    • Hyun SM
    • Shon JC
    • Singh D
    • Liu KH
    • Whon TW
    • Bae JW
    • Hwang JS
    • Lee CH

  3. Effect of ß -glucanase and xylanase supplementation of barley- and rye-based diets on caecal microbiota of broiler chickens.
    British poultry science (Br Poult Sci ) Vol: 51 Issue 4 Pages: 546-57
    Pub: 2010 Aug Epub:
    • Jozefiak D
    • Rutkowski A
    • Kaczmarek S
    • Jensen BB
    • Engberg RM
    • Højberg O

  4. Changing dietary calcium-phosphorus level and cereal source selectively alters abundance of bacteria and metabolites in the upper gastrointestinal tracts of weaned pigs.
    Applied and environmental microbiology (Appl Environ Microbiol ) Vol: 79 Issue 23 Pages: 7264-72
    Pub: 2013 Dec Epub: 2013 Sep 13
    • Metzler-Zebeli BU
    • Mann E
    • Schmitz-Esser S
    • Wagner M
    • Ritzmann M
    • Zebeli Q

  5. Evaluation of the effects of different diets on microbiome diversity and fatty acid composition of rumen liquor in dairy goat.
    Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience (Animal ) Vol: Issue Pages: 1-11
    Pub: 2018 Jan 8 Epub: 2018 Jan 8
    • Cremonesi P
    • Conte G
    • Severgnini M
    • Turri F
    • Monni A
    • Capra E
    • Rapetti L
    • Colombini S
    • Chessa S
    • Battelli G
    • Alves SP
    • Mele M
    • Castiglioni B

  6. Antimicrobial properties of green tea catechins.
    Food science and technology bulletin (Food Sci Technol Bull ) Vol: 2 Issue Pages: 71-81
    Pub: 2005 Epub:
    • Taylor PW
    • Hamilton-Miller JM
    • Stapleton PD

  7. Probiotics in foods not containing milk or milk constituents, with special reference to Lactobacillus plantarum 299v.
    The American journal of clinical nutrition (Am J Clin Nutr ) Vol: 73 Issue 2 Suppl Pages: 380S-385S
    Pub: 2001 Feb Epub:
    • Molin G

  8. In vitro fermentation of oat and barley derived beta-glucans by human faecal microbiota.
    FEMS microbiology ecology (FEMS Microbiol Ecol ) Vol: 64 Issue 3 Pages: 482-93
    Pub: 2008 Jun Epub: 2008 Apr 21
    • Hughes SA
    • Shewry PR
    • Gibson GR
    • McCleary BV
    • Rastall RA

  9. Walnut Consumption Alters the Gastrointestinal Microbiota, Microbially Derived Secondary Bile Acids, and Health Markers in Healthy Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial.
    The Journal of nutrition (J Nutr ) Vol: 148 Issue 6 Pages: 861-867
    Pub: 2018 Jun 1 Epub:
    • Holscher HD
    • Guetterman HM
    • Swanson KS
    • An R
    • Matthan NR
    • Lichtenstein AH
    • Novotny JA
    • Baer DJ

  10. Beef, Chicken, and Soy Proteins in Diets Induce Different Gut Microbiota and Metabolites in Rats.
    Frontiers in microbiology (Front Microbiol ) Vol: 8 Issue Pages: 1395
    Pub: 2017 Epub: 2017 Jul 27
    • Zhu Y
    • Shi X
    • Lin X
    • Ye K
    • Xu X
    • Li C
    • Zhou G

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