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  1. 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

  2. Addition of arabinoxylan and mixed linkage glucans in porcine diets affects the large intestinal bacterial populations.
    European journal of nutrition (Eur J Nutr ) Vol: 56 Issue 6 Pages: 2193-2206
    Pub: 2017 Sep Epub: 2016 Jul 11
    • Gorham JB
    • Kang S
    • Williams BA
    • Grant LJ
    • McSweeney CS
    • Gidley MJ
    • Mikkelsen D

  3. Comparison of populations of human faecal bacteria before and after in vitro incubation with plant cell wall substrates.
    The Journal of applied bacteriology (J Appl Bacteriol ) Vol: 62 Issue 3 Pages: 231-40
    Pub: 1987 Mar Epub:
    • Slade AP
    • Wyatt GM
    • Bayliss CE
    • Waites WM

  4. Arabinoxylans and inulin differentially modulate the mucosal and luminal gut microbiota and mucin-degradation in humanized rats.
    Environmental microbiology (Environ Microbiol ) Vol: 13 Issue 10 Pages: 2667-80
    Pub: 2011 Oct Epub: 2011 Aug 30
    • Van den Abbeele P
    • Gérard P
    • Rabot S
    • Bruneau A
    • El Aidy S
    • Derrien M
    • Kleerebezem M
    • Zoetendal EG
    • Smidt H
    • Verstraete W
    • Van de Wiele T
    • Possemiers S

  5. In vitro digestion and fermentation properties of linear sugar-beet arabinan and its oligosaccharides.
    Carbohydrate polymers (Carbohydr Polym ) Vol: 131 Issue Pages: 50-6
    Pub: 2015 Oct 20 Epub: 2015 May 19
    • Moon JS
    • Shin SY
    • Choi HS
    • Joo W
    • Cho SK
    • Li L
    • Kang JH
    • Kim TJ
    • Han NS

  6. Prebiotic effects of wheat arabinoxylan related to the increase in bifidobacteria, Roseburia and Bacteroides/Prevotella in diet-induced obese mice.
    PloS one (PLoS One ) Vol: 6 Issue 6 Pages: e20944
    Pub: 2011 Epub: 2011 Jun 9
    • Neyrinck AM
    • Possemiers S
    • Druart C
    • Van de Wiele T
    • De Backer F
    • Cani PD
    • Larondelle Y
    • Delzenne NM

  7. Xylan supplement improves 1,3-propanediol fermentation by Clostridium butyricum.
    Journal of bioscience and bioengineering (J Biosci Bioeng ) Vol: Issue Pages:
    Pub: 2018 Mar 10 Epub: 2018 Mar 10
    • Apiwatanapiwat W
    • Vaithanomsat P
    • Thanapase W
    • Ratanakhanokchai K
    • Kosugi A

  8. Curated database of commensal, symbiotic and pathogenic microbiota
    Generative Bioinformatics (Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine ) Vol: Issue Pages:
    Pub: 2014 Jun Epub:
    • D'Adamo Peter

  9. Contribution of acetate to butyrate formation by human faecal bacteria.
    The British journal of nutrition (Br J Nutr ) Vol: 91 Issue 6 Pages: 915-23
    Pub: 2004 Jun Epub:
    • Duncan SH
    • Holtrop G
    • Lobley GE
    • Calder AG
    • Stewart CS
    • Flint HJ

  10. Prebiotic effects of arabinoxylan oligosaccharides on juvenile Siberian sturgeon (Acipenser baerii) with emphasis on the modulation of the gut microbiota using 454 pyrosequencing.
    FEMS microbiology ecology (FEMS Microbiol Ecol ) Vol: 86 Issue 2 Pages: 357-71
    Pub: 2013 Nov Epub: 2013 Jul 17
    • Geraylou Z
    • Souffreau C
    • Rurangwa E
    • Maes GE
    • Spanier KI
    • Courtin CM
    • Delcour JA
    • Buyse J
    • Ollevier F

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