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  1. Selective proliferation of intestinal Barnesiella under fucosyllactose supplementation in mice.
    The British journal of nutrition (Br J Nutr ) Vol: 111 Issue 9 Pages: 1602-10
    Pub: 2014 May Epub: 2014 Jan 10
    • Weiss GA
    • Chassard C
    • Hennet T

  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. Wheat-derived arabinoxylan oligosaccharides with bifidogenic properties abolishes metabolic disorders induced by western diet in mice.
    Nutrition & diabetes (Nutr Diabetes ) Vol: 8 Issue 1 Pages: 15
    Pub: 2018 Mar 7 Epub: 2018 Mar 7
    • Neyrinck AM
    • Hiel S
    • Bouzin C
    • Campayo VG
    • Cani PD
    • Bindels LB
    • Delzenne NM

  4. Fecal microbial communities of healthy adult dogs fed raw meat-based diets with or without inulin or yeast cell wall extracts as assessed by 454 pyrosequencing.
    FEMS microbiology ecology (FEMS Microbiol Ecol ) Vol: 84 Issue 3 Pages: 532-41
    Pub: 2013 Jun Epub: 2013 Feb 21
    • Beloshapka AN
    • Dowd SE
    • Suchodolski JS
    • Steiner JM
    • Duclos L
    • Swanson KS

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. Whole-Grain Starch and Fiber Composition Modifies Ileal Flow of Nutrients and Nutrient Availability in the Hindgut, Shifting Fecal Microbial Profiles in Pigs.
    The Journal of nutrition (J Nutr ) Vol: 147 Issue 11 Pages: 2031-2040
    Pub: 2017 Nov Epub: 2017 Sep 27
    • Fouhse JM
    • Gänzle MG
    • Beattie AD
    • Vasanthan T
    • Zijlstra RT

  8. 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

  9. Development of biosensor-based assays to identify anti-infective oligosaccharides.
    Analytical biochemistry (Anal Biochem ) Vol: 410 Issue 2 Pages: 200-5
    Pub: 2011 Mar 15 Epub: 2010 Nov 25
    • Lane JA
    • Mehra RK
    • Carrington SD
    • Hickey RM

  10. The principal fucosylated oligosaccharides of human milk exhibit prebiotic properties on cultured infant microbiota.
    Glycobiology (Glycobiology ) Vol: 23 Issue 2 Pages: 169-77
    Pub: 2013 Feb Epub: 2012 Oct 1
    • Yu ZT
    • Chen C
    • Kling DE
    • Liu B
    • McCoy JM
    • Merighi M
    • Heidtman M
    • Newburg DS

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