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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. Oral supplementation of healthy adults with 2`-O-fucosyllactose and lacto-N-neotetraose is well tolerated and shifts the intestinal microbiota.
    The British journal of nutrition (Br J Nutr ) Vol: 116 Issue 8 Pages: 1356-1368
    Pub: 2016 Oct Epub: 2016 Oct 10
    • Elison E
    • Vigsnaes LK
    • Rindom Krogsgaard L
    • Rasmussen J
    • Sørensen N
    • McConnell B
    • Hennet T
    • Sommer MO
    • Bytzer P

  3. 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

  4. Konjac acts as a natural laxative by increasing stool bulk and improving colonic ecology in healthy adults.
    Nutrition (Burbank, Los Angeles County, Calif.) (Nutrition ) Vol: 22 Issue 11-12 Pages: 1112-9
    Pub: 2006 Nov-Dec Epub: 2006 Oct 4
    • Chen HL
    • Cheng HC
    • Liu YJ
    • Liu SY
    • Wu WT

  5. 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

  6. Efficacy and role of inulin in mitigation of enteric sulfur-containing odor in pigs.
    Journal of the science of food and agriculture (J Sci Food Agric ) Vol: 97 Issue 8 Pages: 2382-2391
    Pub: 2017 Jun Epub: 2016 Oct 18
    • Deng YF
    • Liu YY
    • Zhang YT
    • Wang Y
    • Liang JB
    • Tufarelli V
    • Laudadio V
    • Liao XD

  7. Prebiotic effect of fruit and vegetable shots containing Jerusalem artichoke inulin: a human intervention study.
    The British journal of nutrition (Br J Nutr ) Vol: 104 Issue 2 Pages: 233-40
    Pub: 2010 Jul Epub: 2010 Mar 1
    • Ramnani P
    • Gaudier E
    • Bingham M
    • van Bruggen P
    • Tuohy KM
    • Gibson GR

  8. 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

  9. Fermentation of purple Jerusalem artichoke extract to improve the a-glucosidase inhibitory effect in vitro and ameliorate blood glucose in db/db mice.
    Nutrition research and practice (Nutr Res Pract ) Vol: 10 Issue 3 Pages: 282-7
    Pub: 2016 Jun Epub: 2016 Mar 2
    • Wang Z
    • Hwang SH
    • Lee SY
    • Lim SS

  10. Inulin fiber dose-dependently modulates energy balance, glucose tolerance, gut microbiota, hormones and diet preference in high-fat-fed male rats.
    The Journal of nutritional biochemistry (J Nutr Biochem ) Vol: 59 Issue Pages: 142-152
    Pub: 2018 Sep Epub: 2018 Jun 12
    • Singh A
    • Zapata RC
    • Pezeshki A
    • Reidelberger RD
    • Chelikani PK

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