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  1. Influence of dietary blueberry and broccoli on cecal microbiota activity and colon morphology in mdr1a(-/-) mice, a model of inflammatory bowel diseases.
    Nutrition (Burbank, Los Angeles County, Calif.) (Nutrition ) Vol: 28 Issue 3 Pages: 324-30
    Pub: 2012 Mar Epub: 2011 Nov 23
    • Paturi G
    • Mandimika T
    • Butts CA
    • Zhu S
    • Roy NC
    • McNabb WC
    • Ansell J

  2. 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

  3. Bile acids and the gut microbiome.
    Current opinion in gastroenterology (Curr Opin Gastroenterol ) Vol: 30 Issue 3 Pages: 332-8
    Pub: 2014 May Epub:
    • Ridlon JM
    • Kang DJ
    • Hylemon PB
    • Bajaj JS

  4. Dietary Broccoli Impacts Microbial Community Structure and Attenuates Chemically Induced Colitis in Mice in an Ah receptor dependent manner.
    Journal of functional foods (J Funct Foods ) Vol: 37 Issue Pages: 685-698
    Pub: 2017 Oct Epub: 2017 Sep 1
    • Hubbard TD
    • Murray IA
    • Nichols RG
    • Cassel K
    • Podolsky M
    • Kuzu G
    • Tian Y
    • Smith P
    • Kennett MJ
    • Patterson AD
    • Perdew GH

  5. Broccoli consumption affects the human gastrointestinal microbiota.
    The Journal of nutritional biochemistry (J Nutr Biochem ) Vol: 63 Issue Pages: 27-34
    Pub: 2019 Jan Epub: 2018 Sep 21
    • Kaczmarek JL
    • Liu X
    • Charron CS
    • Novotny JA
    • Jeffery EH
    • Seifried HE
    • Ross SA
    • Miller MJ
    • Swanson KS
    • Holscher HD

  6. Inhibition of growth of highly resistant bacterial and fungal pathogens by a natural product.
    The open microbiology journal (Open Microbiol J ) Vol: 5 Issue Pages: 96-106
    Pub: 2011 Epub: 2011 Aug 16
    • Hafidh RR
    • Abdulamir AS
    • Vern LS
    • Abu Bakar F
    • Abas F
    • Jahanshiri F
    • Sekawi Z

  7. Consumption of a diet rich in Brassica vegetables is associated with a reduced abundance of sulphate-reducing bacteria: A randomised crossover study.
    Molecular nutrition & food research (Mol Nutr Food Res ) Vol: 61 Issue 9 Pages:
    Pub: 2017 Sep Epub: 2017 Apr 12
    • Kellingray L
    • Tapp HS
    • Saha S
    • Doleman JF
    • Narbad A
    • Mithen RF

  8. Misc articles ( ) Vol: Issue Pages:
    Pub: Jan 2018 Epub:

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