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  1. Fermentation of plant cell wall derived polysaccharides and their corresponding oligosaccharides by intestinal bacteria.
    Journal of agricultural and food chemistry (J Agric Food Chem ) Vol: 48 Issue 5 Pages: 1644-52
    Pub: 2000 May Epub:
    • Van Laere KM
    • Hartemink R
    • Bosveld M
    • Schols HA
    • Voragen AG

  2. Diets high in resistant starch and arabinoxylan modulate digestion processes and SCFA pool size in the large intestine and faecal microbial composition in pigs.
    The British journal of nutrition (Br J Nutr ) Vol: 112 Issue 11 Pages: 1837-49
    Pub: 2014 Dec 14 Epub: 2014 Oct 20
    • Nielsen TS
    • Lærke HN
    • Theil PK
    • Sørensen JF
    • Saarinen M
    • Forssten S
    • Knudsen KE

  3. Consumption of human milk oligosaccharides by gut-related microbes.
    Journal of agricultural and food chemistry (J Agric Food Chem ) Vol: 58 Issue 9 Pages: 5334-40
    Pub: 2010 May 12 Epub:
    • Marcobal A
    • Barboza M
    • Froehlich JW
    • Block DE
    • German JB
    • Lebrilla CB
    • Mills DA

  4. Effects of a galacto-oligosaccharide-rich diet on fecal microbiota and metabolite profiles in mice.
    Food & function (Food Funct ) Vol: Issue Pages:
    Pub: 2018 Feb 21 Epub: 2018 Feb 21
    • Cheng W
    • Lu J
    • Lin W
    • Wei X
    • Li H
    • Zhao X
    • Jiang A
    • Yuan J

  5. Prebiotic Potential of Xylooligosaccharides Derived from Corn Cobs and Their In Vitro Antioxidant Activity When Combined with Lactobacillus.
    Journal of microbiology and biotechnology (J Microbiol Biotechnol ) Vol: 25 Issue 7 Pages: 1084-92
    Pub: 2015 Jul Epub:
    • Yu X
    • Yin J
    • Li L
    • Luan C
    • Zhang J
    • Zhao C
    • Li S

  6. Molecular and microbiological analysis of caecal microbiota in rats fed with diets supplemented either with prebiotics or probiotics.
    International journal of food microbiology (Int J Food Microbiol ) Vol: 98 Issue 3 Pages: 281-9
    Pub: 2005 Feb 15 Epub:
    • Montesi A
    • García-Albiach R
    • Pozuelo MJ
    • Pintado C
    • Goñi I
    • Rotger R

  7. Increase of faecal bifidobacteria due to dietary oligosaccharides induces a reduction of clinically relevant pathogen germs in the faeces of formula-fed preterm infants.
    Acta paediatrica (Oslo, Norway : 1992). Supplement (Acta Paediatr Suppl ) Vol: 94 Issue 449 Pages: 31-3
    Pub: 2005 Oct Epub:
    • Knol J
    • Boehm G
    • Lidestri M
    • Negretti F
    • Jelinek J
    • Agosti M
    • Stahl B
    • Marini A
    • Mosca F

  8. In vitro fermentation of fructooligosaccharides with human gut bacteria.
    Food & function (Food Funct ) Vol: 6 Issue 3 Pages: 947-54
    Pub: 2015 Mar Epub:
    • Mao B
    • Li D
    • Zhao J
    • Liu X
    • Gu Z
    • Chen YQ
    • Zhang H
    • Chen W

  9. Fermentation of non-digestible raffinose family oligosaccharides and galactomannans by probiotics.
    Food & function (Food Funct ) Vol: 9 Issue 3 Pages: 1638-1646
    Pub: 2018 Mar 1 Epub: 2018 Feb 21
    • Zartl B
    • Silberbauer K
    • Loeppert R
    • Viernstein H
    • Praznik W
    • Mueller M

  10. Catechin supplemented in a FOS diet induces weight loss by altering cecal microbiota and gene expression of colonic epithelial cells.
    Food & function (Food Funct ) Vol: 9 Issue 5 Pages: 2962-2969
    Pub: 2018 May 23 Epub:
    • Luo J
    • Han L
    • Liu L
    • Gao L
    • Xue B
    • Wang Y
    • Ou S
    • Miller M
    • Peng X

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