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  1. Consumed Foodstuffs Have a Crucial Impact on the Toxic Activity of Enteropathogenic <i>Bacillus cereus</i>.
    Frontiers in microbiology (Front Microbiol ) Vol: 9 Issue Pages: 1946
    Pub: 2018 Epub: 2018 Aug 17
    • Riol CD
    • Dietrich R
    • Märtlbauer E
    • Jessberger N

  2. The effects of micronutrient deficiencies on bacterial species from the human gut microbiota.
    Science translational medicine (Sci Transl Med ) Vol: 9 Issue 390 Pages:
    Pub: 2017 May 17 Epub:
    • Hibberd MC
    • Wu M
    • Rodionov DA
    • Li X
    • Cheng J
    • Griffin NW
    • Barratt MJ
    • Giannone RJ
    • Hettich RL
    • Osterman AL
    • Gordon JI

  3. Systematic genome assessment of B-vitamin biosynthesis suggests co-operation among gut microbes.
    Frontiers in genetics (Front Genet ) Vol: 6 Issue Pages: 148
    Pub: 2015 Epub: 2015 Apr 20
    • Magnúsdóttir S
    • Ravcheev D
    • de Crécy-Lagard V
    • Thiele I

  4. 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

  5. ZnO nanoparticles inhibit the activity of Porphyromonas gingivalis and Actinomyces naeslundii and promote the mineralization of the cementum.
    BMC oral health (BMC Oral Health ) Vol: 19 Issue 1 Pages: 84
    Pub: 2019 May 14 Epub: 2019 May 14
    • Wang J
    • Du L
    • Fu Y
    • Jiang P
    • Wang X

  6. Preparation of selenium/zinc-enriched probiotics and their effect on blood selenium and zinc concentrations, antioxidant capacities, and intestinal microflora in canine.
    Biological trace element research (Biol Trace Elem Res ) Vol: 141 Issue 1-3 Pages: 170-83
    Pub: 2011 Jun Epub: 2010 Jun 19
    • Ren Z
    • Zhao Z
    • Wang Y
    • Huang K

  7. Vitamin D3 deficiency and its association with nasal polyposis in patients with cystic fibrosis and patients with chronic rhinosinusitis.
    American journal of rhinology & allergy (Am J Rhinol Allergy ) Vol: 31 Issue 6 Pages: 395-400
    Pub: 2017 Nov 1 Epub:
    • Konstantinidis I
    • Fotoulaki M
    • Iakovou I
    • Chatziavramidis A
    • Mpalaris V
    • Shobat K
    • Markou K

  8. Lack of Vitamin D Receptor Causes Dysbiosis and Changes the Functions of the Murine Intestinal Microbiome.
    Clinical therapeutics (Clin Ther ) Vol: 37 Issue 5 Pages: 996-1009.e7
    Pub: 2015 May 1 Epub:
    • Jin D
    • Wu S
    • Zhang YG
    • Lu R
    • Xia Y
    • Dong H
    • Sun J

  9. Gut microbiota interactions with the immunomodulatory role of vitamin D in normal individuals.
    Metabolism: clinical and experimental (Metabolism ) Vol: 69 Issue Pages: 76-86
    Pub: 2017 Apr Epub: 2017 Jan 13
    • Luthold RV
    • Fernandes GR
    • Franco-de-Moraes AC
    • Folchetti LG
    • Ferreira SR

  10. The Relationship between Habitual Dietary Intake and Gut Microbiota in Young Japanese Women.
    Journal of nutritional science and vitaminology (J Nutr Sci Vitaminol (Tokyo) ) Vol: 63 Issue 6 Pages: 396-404
    Pub: 2017 Epub:
    • Seura T
    • Yoshino Y
    • Fukuwatari T

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