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  1. A metagenomics approach to the intestinal microbiome structure and function in high fat diet-induced obesity mice fed with oolong tea polyphenols.
    Food & function (Food Funct ) Vol: 9 Issue 2 Pages: 1079-1087
    Pub: 2018 Feb 21 Epub:
    • Cheng M
    • Zhang X
    • Zhu J
    • Cheng L
    • Cao J
    • Wu Z
    • Weng P
    • Zheng X

  2. Green tea increases the survival yield of Bifidobacteria in simulated gastrointestinal environment and during refrigerated conditions.
    Chemistry Central journal (Chem Cent J ) Vol: 6 Issue 1 Pages: 61
    Pub: 2012 Jun 22 Epub: 2012 Jun 22
    • Vodnar DC
    • Socaciu C

  3. The green tea modulates large intestinal microbiome and exo/endogenous metabolome altered through chronic UVB-exposure.
    PloS one (PLoS One ) Vol: 12 Issue 11 Pages: e0187154
    Pub: 2017 Epub: 2017 Nov 8
    • Jung ES
    • Park HM
    • Hyun SM
    • Shon JC
    • Singh D
    • Liu KH
    • Whon TW
    • Bae JW
    • Hwang JS
    • Lee CH

  4. Mechanism of inhibition of tannic acid and related compounds on the growth of intestinal bacteria.
    Food and chemical toxicology : an international journal published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association (Food Chem Toxicol ) Vol: 36 Issue 12 Pages: 1053-60
    Pub: 1998 Dec Epub:
    • Chung KT
    • Lu Z
    • Chou MW

  5. Antimicrobial properties of green tea catechins.
    Food science and technology bulletin (Food Sci Technol Bull ) Vol: 2 Issue Pages: 71-81
    Pub: 2005 Epub:
    • Taylor PW
    • Hamilton-Miller JM
    • Stapleton PD

  6. In Vivo Effects of Tea Polyphenol Intake on Human Intestinal Microflora and Metabolism.
    Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry (Biosci Biotechnol Biochem ) Vol: 56 Issue 4 Pages: 588-91
    Pub: 1992 Jan Epub:
    • Okubo T
    • Ishihara N
    • Oura A
    • Serit M
    • Kim M
    • Yamamoto T
    • Mitsuoka T

  7. A Diverse Range of Human Gut Bacteria Have the Potential To Metabolize the Dietary Component Gallic Acid.
    Applied and environmental microbiology (Appl Environ Microbiol ) Vol: 84 Issue 19 Pages:
    Pub: 2018 Oct 1 Epub: 2018 Sep 17
    • Esteban-Torres M
    • Santamaría L
    • Cabrera-Rubio R
    • Plaza-Vinuesa L
    • Crispie F
    • de Las Rivas B
    • Cotter P
    • Muñoz R

  8. Assessment of Bioautography and Spot Screening of TLC of Green Tea (Camellia) Plant Extracts as Antibacterial and Antioxidant Agents
    Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Indian J Pharm Sci ) Vol: 76 Issue 4 Pages: 364-370
    Pub: 2014 Jul-Aug Epub:
    • Bashir S
    • Khan BM
    • Babar M
    • Andleeb S
    • Hafeez M
    • Ali S
    • Khan MF

  9. Reshaped fecal gut microbiota composition by the intake of high molecular weight persimmon tannin in normal and high-cholesterol diet-fed rats.
    Food & function (Food Funct ) Vol: 9 Issue 1 Pages: 541-551
    Pub: 2018 Jan 24 Epub:
    • Zhu W
    • Lin K
    • Li K
    • Deng X
    • Li C

  10. Tea Compounds and the Gut Microbiome: Findings from Trials and Mechanistic Studies.
    Nutrients (Nutrients ) Vol: 11 Issue 10 Pages:
    Pub: 2019 Oct 3 Epub: 2019 Oct 3
    • Bond T
    • Derbyshire E

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