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  1. High-level dietary fibre up-regulates colonic fermentation and relative abundance of saccharolytic bacteria within the human faecal microbiota in vitro.
    European journal of nutrition (Eur J Nutr ) Vol: 51 Issue 6 Pages: 693-705
    Pub: 2012 Sep Epub: 2011 Sep 28
    • Shen Q
    • Zhao L
    • Tuohy KM

  2. Dynamic alterations in the gut microbiota and metabolome during the development of methionine-choline-deficient diet-induced nonalcoholic steatohepatitis.
    World journal of gastroenterology (World J Gastroenterol ) Vol: 24 Issue 23 Pages: 2468-2481
    Pub: 2018 Jun 21 Epub:
    • Ye JZ
    • Li YT
    • Wu WR
    • Shi D
    • Fang DQ
    • Yang LY
    • Bian XY
    • Wu JJ
    • Wang Q
    • Jiang XW
    • Peng CG
    • Ye WC
    • Xia PC
    • Li LJ

  3. Extensive impact of non-antibiotic drugs on human gut bacteria.
    Nature (Nature ) Vol: 555 Issue 7698 Pages: 623-628
    Pub: 2018 Mar 29 Epub: 2018 Mar 19
    • Maier L
    • Pruteanu M
    • Kuhn M
    • Zeller G
    • Telzerow A
    • Anderson EE
    • Brochado AR
    • Fernandez KC
    • Dose H
    • Mori H
    • Patil KR
    • Bork P
    • Typas A

  4. Genes and Gut Bacteria Involved in Luminal Butyrate Reduction Caused by Diet and Loperamide.
    Genes (Genes (Basel) ) Vol: 8 Issue 12 Pages:
    Pub: 2017 Nov 28 Epub: 2017 Nov 28
    • Hwang N
    • Eom T
    • Gupta SK
    • Jeong SY
    • Jeong DY
    • Kim YS
    • Lee JH
    • Sadowsky MJ
    • Unno T

  5. Long-term intake of a high prebiotic fiber diet but not high protein reduces metabolic risk after a high fat challenge and uniquely alters gut microbiota and hepatic gene expression.
    Nutrition research (New York, N.Y.) (Nutr Res ) Vol: 34 Issue 9 Pages: 789-96
    Pub: 2014 Sep Epub: 2014 Aug 23
    • Saha DC
    • Reimer RA

  6. Gut Microbiome-Induced Shift of Acetate to Butyrate Positively Manages Dysbiosis in High Fat Diet.
    Molecular nutrition & food research (Mol Nutr Food Res ) Vol: 62 Issue 3 Pages:
    Pub: 2018 Feb Epub: 2018 Jan 8
    • Si X
    • Shang W
    • Zhou Z
    • Strappe P
    • Wang B
    • Bird A
    • Blanchard C

  7. Ketogenic diet poses a significant effect on imbalanced gut microbiota in infants with refractory epilepsy.
    World journal of gastroenterology (World J Gastroenterol ) Vol: 23 Issue 33 Pages: 6164-6171
    Pub: 2017 Sep 7 Epub:
    • Xie G
    • Zhou Q
    • Qiu CZ
    • Dai WK
    • Wang HP
    • Li YH
    • Liao JX
    • Lu XG
    • Lin SF
    • Ye JH
    • Ma ZY
    • Wang WJ

  8. Health benefit of vegetable/fruit juice-based diet: Role of microbiome
    Scientific Reports (Sci Rep ) Vol: 7 Issue Pages: 2167
    Pub: 2017 May 19 Epub: 2017 May 19
    • Henning SM
    • Yang J
    • Shao P
    • Lee RP
    • Huang J
    • Ly A
    • Hsu M
    • Lu QY
    • Thames G
    • Heber D
    • Li Z

  9. Differences in Gut Metabolites and Microbial Composition and Functions between Egyptian and U.S. Children Are Consistent with Their Diets.
    mSystems (mSystems ) Vol: 2 Issue 1 Pages:
    Pub: 2017 Jan-Feb Epub: 2017 Feb 7
    • Shankar V
    • Gouda M
    • Moncivaiz J
    • Gordon A
    • Reo NV
    • Hussein L
    • Paliy O

  10. Association of Intestinal Microbiota with Metabolic Markers and Dietary Habits in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes.
    Digestion (Digestion ) Vol: 94 Issue 2 Pages: 66-72
    Pub: 2016 Epub: 2016 Aug 10
    • Yamaguchi Y
    • Adachi K
    • Sugiyama T
    • Shimozato A
    • Ebi M
    • Ogasawara N
    • Funaki Y
    • Goto C
    • Sasaki M
    • Kasugai K

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