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  1. High-level antimicrobial efficacy of representative Mediterranean natural plant extracts against oral microorganisms.
    BioMed research international (Biomed Res Int ) Vol: 2014 Issue Pages: 839019
    Pub: 2014 Epub: 2014 Jun 26
    • Karygianni L
    • Cecere M
    • Skaltsounis AL
    • Argyropoulou A
    • Hellwig E
    • Aligiannis N
    • Wittmer A
    • Al-Ahmad A

  2. 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

  3. Metagenomic Insights into the Degradation of Resistant Starch by Human Gut Microbiota.
    Applied and environmental microbiology (Appl Environ Microbiol ) Vol: 84 Issue 23 Pages:
    Pub: 2018 Dec 1 Epub: 2018 Nov 15
    • Vital M
    • Howe A
    • Bergeron N
    • Krauss RM
    • Jansson JK
    • Tiedje JM

  4. Antibacterial activity of konjac glucomannan/chitosan blend films and their irradiation-modified counterparts.
    Carbohydrate polymers (Carbohydr Polym ) Vol: 92 Issue 2 Pages: 1302-7
    Pub: 2013 Feb 15 Epub: 2012 Oct 12
    • Du X
    • Yang L
    • Ye X
    • Li B

  5. Fecal numbers of bifidobacteria are higher in pigs fed Bifidobacterium longum with a high amylose cornstarch than with a low amylose cornstarch.
    The Journal of nutrition (J Nutr ) Vol: 127 Issue 9 Pages: 1822-7
    Pub: 1997 Sep Epub:
    • Brown I
    • Warhurst M
    • Arcot J
    • Playne M
    • Illman RJ
    • Topping DL

  6. Effect of feeding Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus) root as prebiotic on nutrient utilization, fecal characteristics and serum metabolite profile of captive Indian leopard (Panthera pardus fusca) fed a meat-on-bone diet.
    Zoo biology (Zoo Biol ) Vol: 34 Issue 2 Pages: 153-62
    Pub: 2015 Mar-Apr Epub: 2015 Feb 4
    • Pradhan SK
    • Das A
    • Kullu SS
    • Saini M
    • Pattanaik AK
    • Dutta N
    • Sharma AK

  7. The Effect of Oligofructose-Enriched Inulin on Faecal Bacterial Counts and Microbiota-Associated Characteristics in Celiac Disease Children Following a Gluten-Free Diet: Results of a Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial.
    Nutrients (Nutrients ) Vol: 10 Issue 2 Pages:
    Pub: 2018 Feb 12 Epub: 2018 Feb 12
    • Drabinska N
    • Jarocka-Cyrta E
    • Markiewicz LH
    • Krupa-Kozak U

  8. Xylooligosaccharide supplementation alters gut bacteria in both healthy and prediabetic adults: a pilot study.
    Frontiers in physiology (Front Physiol ) Vol: 6 Issue Pages: 216
    Pub: 2015 Epub: 2015 Aug 7
    • Yang J
    • Summanen PH
    • Henning SM
    • Hsu M
    • Lam H
    • Huang J
    • Tseng CH
    • Dowd SE
    • Finegold SM
    • Heber D
    • Li Z

  9. Inulin and fructo-oligosaccharides have divergent effects on colitis and commensal microbiota in HLA-B27 transgenic rats.
    The British journal of nutrition (Br J Nutr ) Vol: 108 Issue 9 Pages: 1633-43
    Pub: 2012 Nov 14 Epub: 2012 Jan 16
    • Koleva PT
    • Valcheva RS
    • Sun X
    • Gänzle MG
    • Dieleman LA

  10. Modifications in gut microbiota and fermentation metabolites in the hindgut of rats after the consumption of galactooligosaccharide glycated with a fish peptide.
    Food & function (Food Funct ) Vol: 9 Issue 5 Pages: 2853-2864
    Pub: 2018 May 1 Epub: 2018 Apr 27
    • Jin W
    • Han K
    • Dong S
    • Yang Y
    • Mao Z
    • Su M
    • Zeng M

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