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  1. Impact of dietary resistant starch type 4 on human gut microbiota and immunometabolic functions.
    Scientific reports (Sci Rep ) Vol: 6 Issue Pages: 28797
    Pub: 2016 Jun 30 Epub: 2016 Jun 30
    • Upadhyaya B
    • McCormack L
    • Fardin-Kia AR
    • Juenemann R
    • Nichenametla S
    • Clapper J
    • Specker B
    • Dey M

  2. The effect of dietary resistant starch type 2 on the microbiota and markers of gut inflammation in rural Malawi children.
    Microbiome (Microbiome ) Vol: 3 Issue Pages: 37
    Pub: 2015 Sep 3 Epub: 2015 Sep 3
    • Ordiz MI
    • May TD
    • Mihindukulasuriya K
    • Martin J
    • Crowley J
    • Tarr PI
    • Ryan K
    • Mortimer E
    • Gopalsamy G
    • Maleta K
    • Mitreva M
    • Young G
    • Manary MJ

  3. Manipulation of the gut microbiota using resistant starch is associated with protection against colitis-associated colorectal cancer in rats.
    Carcinogenesis (Carcinogenesis ) Vol: 37 Issue 4 Pages: 366-375
    Pub: 2016 Apr Epub: 2016 Feb 19
    • Hu Y
    • Le Leu RK
    • Christophersen CT
    • Somashekar R
    • Conlon MA
    • Meng XQ
    • Winter JM
    • Woodman RJ
    • McKinnon R
    • Young GP

  4. Regulatory Function of Buckwheat-Resistant Starch Supplementation on Lipid Profile and Gut Microbiota in Mice Fed with a High-Fat Diet.
    Journal of food science (J Food Sci ) Vol: 84 Issue 9 Pages: 2674-2681
    Pub: 2019 Sep Epub: 2019 Aug 23
    • Zhou Y
    • Zhao S
    • Jiang Y
    • Wei Y
    • Zhou X

  5. Novel carbohydrate binding modules in the surface anchored a-amylase of Eubacterium rectale provide a molecular rationale for the range of starches used by this organism in the human gut.
    Molecular microbiology (Mol Microbiol ) Vol: 107 Issue 2 Pages: 249-264
    Pub: 2018 Jan Epub: 2017 Dec 1
    • Cockburn DW
    • Suh C
    • Medina KP
    • Duvall RM
    • Wawrzak Z
    • Henrissat B
    • Koropatkin NM

  6. The role of short-chain fatty acids in microbiota-gut-brain communication.
    Nature reviews. Gastroenterology & hepatology (Nat Rev Gastroenterol Hepatol ) Vol: 16 Issue 8 Pages: 461-478
    Pub: 2019 Aug Epub:
    • Dalile B
    • Van Oudenhove L
    • Vervliet B
    • Verbeke K

  7. The metabolizable energy of dietary resistant maltodextrin is variable and alters fecal microbiota composition in adult men.
    The Journal of nutrition (J Nutr ) Vol: 144 Issue 7 Pages: 1023-9
    Pub: 2014 Jul Epub: 2014 Apr 17
    • Baer DJ
    • Stote KS
    • Henderson T
    • Paul DR
    • Okuma K
    • Tagami H
    • Kanahori S
    • Gordon DT
    • Rumpler WV
    • Ukhanova M
    • Culpepper T
    • Wang X
    • Mai V

  8. Comparisons of subgingival microbial profiles of refractory periodontitis, severe periodontitis, and periodontal health using the human oral microbe identification microarray.
    Journal of periodontology (J Periodontol ) Vol: 80 Issue 9 Pages: 1421-32
    Pub: 2009 Sep Epub:
    • Colombo AP
    • Boches SK
    • Cotton SL
    • Goodson JM
    • Kent R
    • Haffajee AD
    • Socransky SS
    • Hasturk H
    • Van Dyke TE
    • Dewhirst F
    • Paster BJ

  9. Microbiota, metabolome, and immune alterations in obese mice fed a high-fat diet containing type 2 resistant starch.
    Molecular nutrition & food research (Mol Nutr Food Res ) Vol: 61 Issue 11 Pages:
    Pub: 2017 Nov Epub: 2017 Sep 6
    • Barouei J
    • Bendiks Z
    • Martinic A
    • Mishchuk D
    • Heeney D
    • Hsieh YH
    • Kieffer D
    • Zaragoza J
    • Martin R
    • Slupsky C
    • Marco ML

  10. Microbiome-Metabolome Responses in the Cecum and Colon of Pig to a High Resistant Starch Diet.
    Frontiers in microbiology (Front Microbiol ) Vol: 7 Issue Pages: 779
    Pub: 2016 Epub: 2016 May 26
    • Sun Y
    • Su Y
    • Zhu W

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