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  1. Antibacterial activity of the broad bean extracts on resistant bacteria.
    Pakistan journal of biological sciences : PJBS (Pak J Biol Sci ) Vol: 10 Issue 3 Pages: 398-402
    Pub: 2007 Feb 1 Epub:
    • Peyvast G
    • Khorsandi Z

  2. Antibacterial activity in spices and local medicinal plants against clinical isolates of Karachi, Pakistan.
    Pharmaceutical biology (Pharm Biol ) Vol: 49 Issue 8 Pages: 833-9
    Pub: 2011 Aug Epub: 2011 Apr 18
    • Ali NH
    • Faizi S
    • Kazmi SU

  3. Equol status and changes in fecal microbiota in menopausal women receiving long-term treatment for menopause symptoms with a soy-isoflavone concentrate.
    Frontiers in microbiology (Front Microbiol ) Vol: 6 Issue Pages: 777
    Pub: 2015 Epub: 2015 Aug 5
    • Guadamuro L
    • Delgado S
    • Redruello B
    • Flórez AB
    • Suárez A
    • Martínez-Camblor P
    • Mayo B

  4. FLX pyrosequencing analysis of the effects of the brown-algal fermentable polysaccharides alginate and laminaran on rat cecal microbiotas.
    Applied and environmental microbiology (Appl Environ Microbiol ) Vol: 79 Issue 3 Pages: 860-6
    Pub: 2013 Feb Epub: 2012 Nov 26
    • An C
    • Kuda T
    • Yazaki T
    • Takahashi H
    • Kimura B

  5. Probiotic yogurt and acidified milk similarly reduce postprandial inflammation and both alter the gut microbiota of healthy, young men.
    The British journal of nutrition (Br J Nutr ) Vol: 117 Issue 9 Pages: 1312-1322
    Pub: 2017 May Epub: 2017 May 31
    • Burton KJ
    • Rosikiewicz M
    • Pimentel G
    • Bütikofer U
    • von Ah U
    • Voirol MJ
    • Croxatto A
    • Aeby S
    • Drai J
    • McTernan PG
    • Greub G
    • Pralong FP
    • Vergères G
    • Vionnet N

  6. Benefits of Nut Consumption on Insulin Resistance and Cardiovascular Risk Factors: Multiple Potential Mechanisms of Actions
    Nutrients (Nutrients ) Vol: 9 Issue 11 Pages: 1271
    Pub: 2017 Nov 22 Epub: 2017 Nov 22
    • Kim Y
    • Keogh JB
    • Clifton PM

  7. Raw meat based diet influences faecal microbiome and end products of fermentation in healthy dogs.
    BMC veterinary research (BMC Vet Res ) Vol: 13 Issue 1 Pages: 65
    Pub: 2017 Feb 28 Epub: 2017 Feb 28
    • Sandri M
    • Dal Monego S
    • Conte G
    • Sgorlon S
    • Stefanon B

  8. Influence of a probiotic soy product on fecal microbiota and its association with cardiovascular risk factors in an animal model.
    Lipids in health and disease (Lipids Health Dis ) Vol: 10 Issue Pages: 126
    Pub: 2011 Jul 29 Epub: 2011 Jul 29
    • Cavallini DC
    • Suzuki JY
    • Abdalla DS
    • Vendramini RC
    • Pauly-Silveira ND
    • Roselino MN
    • Pinto RA
    • Rossi EA

  9. The influence of pomegranate by-product and punicalagins on selected groups of human intestinal microbiota.
    International journal of food microbiology (Int J Food Microbiol ) Vol: 140 Issue 2-3 Pages: 175-82
    Pub: 2010 Jun 15 Epub: 2010 Apr 2
    • Bialonska D
    • Ramnani P
    • Kasimsetty SG
    • Muntha KR
    • Gibson GR
    • Ferreira D

  10. Doenjang, a fermented Korean soybean paste, inhibits lipopolysaccharide production of gut microbiota in mice.
    Journal of medicinal food (J Med Food ) Vol: 17 Issue 1 Pages: 67-75
    Pub: 2014 Jan Epub:
    • Jang SE
    • Kim KA
    • Han MJ
    • Kim DH

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