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  1. Physiological effects of extraction juices from apple, grape, and red beet pomaces in rats.
    Journal of agricultural and food chemistry (J Agric Food Chem ) Vol: 54 Issue 26 Pages: 10269-80
    Pub: 2006 Dec 27 Epub:
    • Sembries S
    • Dongowski G
    • Mehrländer K
    • Will F
    • Dietrich H

  2. Determination of the in vivo prebiotic potential of a maize-based whole grain breakfast cereal: a human feeding study.
    The British journal of nutrition (Br J Nutr ) Vol: 104 Issue 9 Pages: 1353-6
    Pub: 2010 Nov Epub: 2010 May 21
    • Carvalho-Wells AL
    • Helmolz K
    • Nodet C
    • Molzer C
    • Leonard C
    • McKevith B
    • Thielecke F
    • Jackson KG
    • Tuohy KM

  3. In vitro fermentation of lupin seeds (Lupinus albus) and broad beans (Vicia faba): dynamic modulation of the intestinal microbiota and metabolomic output.
    Food & function (Food Funct ) Vol: 6 Issue 10 Pages: 3316-22
    Pub: 2015 Oct Epub:
    • Gullón P
    • Gullón B
    • Tavaria F
    • Vasconcelos M
    • Gomes AM

  4. Effect of tea phenolics and their aromatic fecal bacterial metabolites on intestinal microbiota.
    Research in microbiology (Res Microbiol ) Vol: 157 Issue 9 Pages: 876-84
    Pub: 2006 Nov Epub: 2006 Aug 18
    • Lee HC
    • Jenner AM
    • Low CS
    • Lee YK

  5. Trametes versicolor extract modifies human fecal microbiota composition in vitro.
    Plant foods for human nutrition (Dordrecht, Netherlands) (Plant Foods Hum Nutr ) Vol: 68 Issue 2 Pages: 107-12
    Pub: 2013 Jun Epub:
    • Yu ZT
    • Liu B
    • Mukherjee P
    • Newburg DS

  6. In vitro effects of sodium bicarbonate buffer on rumen fermentation, levels of lipopolysaccharide and biogenic amine, and composition of rumen microbiota.
    Journal of the science of food and agriculture (J Sci Food Agric ) Vol: 97 Issue 4 Pages: 1276-1285
    Pub: 2017 Mar Epub: 2016 Jul 26
    • Mao S
    • Huo W
    • Liu J
    • Zhang R
    • Zhu W

  7. Anti-obesity Effect of Capsaicin in Mice Fed with High-Fat Diet Is Associated with an Increase in Population of the Gut Bacterium <i>Akkermansia muciniphila</i>.
    Frontiers in microbiology (Front Microbiol ) Vol: 8 Issue Pages: 272
    Pub: 2017 Epub: 2017 Feb 23
    • Shen W
    • Shen M
    • Zhao X
    • Zhu H
    • Yang Y
    • Lu S
    • Tan Y
    • Li G
    • Li M
    • Wang J
    • Hu F
    • Le S

  8. Changes in the gut microbial communities following addition of walnuts to the diet.
    The Journal of nutritional biochemistry (J Nutr Biochem ) Vol: 48 Issue Pages: 94-102
    Pub: 2017 Oct Epub: 2017 Jul 9
    • Byerley LO
    • Samuelson D
    • Blanchard E 4th
    • Luo M
    • Lorenzen BN
    • Banks S
    • Ponder MA
    • Welsh DA
    • Taylor CM

  9. Antimicrobial activities of widely consumed herbal teas, alone or in combination with antibiotics: an <i>in vitro</i> study.
    PeerJ (PeerJ ) Vol: 5 Issue Pages: e3467
    Pub: 2017 Epub: 2017 Jul 26
    • Hacioglu M
    • Dosler S
    • Birteksoz Tan AS
    • Otuk G

  10. 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

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