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  1. Yellow pea fiber improves glycemia and reduces Clostridium leptum in diet-induced obese rats.
    Nutrition research (New York, N.Y.) (Nutr Res ) Vol: 34 Issue 8 Pages: 714-22
    Pub: 2014 Aug Epub: 2014 Aug 1
    • Eslinger AJ
    • Eller LK
    • Reimer RA

  2. Association between Yogurt Consumption and Intestinal Microbiota in Healthy Young Adults Differs by Host Gender.
    Frontiers in microbiology (Front Microbiol ) Vol: 8 Issue Pages: 847
    Pub: 2017 Epub: 2017 May 11
    • Suzuki Y
    • Ikeda K
    • Sakuma K
    • Kawai S
    • Sawaki K
    • Asahara T
    • Takahashi T
    • Tsuji H
    • Nomoto K
    • Nagpal R
    • Wang C
    • Nagata S
    • Yamashiro Y

  3. Oral hydroxysafflor yellow A reduces obesity in mice by modulating the gut microbiota and serum metabolism.
    Pharmacological research (Pharmacol Res ) Vol: Issue Pages:
    Pub: 2018 May 19 Epub: 2018 May 19
    • Liu J
    • Yue S
    • Yan Z
    • Feng W
    • Meng X
    • Wang A
    • Peng C
    • Wang C
    • Yan D

  4. The colonization of a simulator of the human intestinal microbial ecosystem by a probiotic strain fed on a fermented oat bran product: effects on the gastrointestinal microbiota.
    Applied microbiology and biotechnology (Appl Microbiol Biotechnol ) Vol: 50 Issue 2 Pages: 246-52
    Pub: 1998 Aug Epub:
    • Kontula P
    • Jaskari J
    • Nollet L
    • De Smet I
    • von Wright A
    • Poutanen K
    • Mattila-Sandholm T

  5. Fecal microbiome composition and stability in 4- to 8-year old children is associated with dietary patterns and nutrient intake.
    The Journal of nutritional biochemistry (J Nutr Biochem ) Vol: 56 Issue Pages: 165-174
    Pub: 2018 Jun Epub: 2018 Mar 20
    • Berding K
    • Holscher HD
    • Arthur AE
    • Donovan SM

  6. Dietary cellulose, fructooligosaccharides, and pectin modify fecal protein catabolites and microbial populations in adult cats.
    Journal of animal science (J Anim Sci ) Vol: 88 Issue 9 Pages: 2978-87
    Pub: 2010 Sep Epub: 2010 May 21
    • Barry KA
    • Wojcicki BJ
    • Middelbos IS
    • Vester BM
    • Swanson KS
    • Fahey GC Jr

  7. Effects of diet on gut microbiota profile and the implications for health and disease.
    Bioscience of microbiota, food and health (Biosci Microbiota Food Health ) Vol: 32 Issue 1 Pages: 1-12
    Pub: 2013 Epub: 2013 Jan 31
    • Lee YK

  8. Dietary soy, meat, and fish proteins modulate the effects of prebiotic raffinose on composition and fermentation of gut microbiota in rats.
    International journal of food sciences and nutrition (Int J Food Sci Nutr ) Vol: 69 Issue 4 Pages: 480-487
    Pub: 2018 Jun Epub: 2017 Sep 28
    • Bai G
    • Tsuruta T
    • Nishino N

  9. Effect of ß -glucanase and xylanase supplementation of barley- and rye-based diets on caecal microbiota of broiler chickens.
    British poultry science (Br Poult Sci ) Vol: 51 Issue 4 Pages: 546-57
    Pub: 2010 Aug Epub:
    • Jozefiak D
    • Rutkowski A
    • Kaczmarek S
    • Jensen BB
    • Engberg RM
    • Højberg O

  10. Antibacterial activity of different parts of Peganum harmala L. growing in Iran against multi-drug resistant bacteria.
    EXCLI journal (EXCLI J ) Vol: 10 Issue Pages: 252-263
    Pub: 2011 Epub: 2011 Nov 25
    • Darabpour E
    • Poshtkouhian Bavi A
    • Motamedi H
    • Seyyed Nejad SM

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