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  1. Selective growth-inhibiting effects of compounds identified in Tabebuia impetiginosa inner bark on human intestinal bacteria.
    Journal of agricultural and food chemistry (J Agric Food Chem ) Vol: 53 Issue 4 Pages: 1152-7
    Pub: 2005 Feb 23 Epub:
    • Park BS
    • Kim JR
    • Lee SE
    • Kim KS
    • Takeoka GR
    • Ahn YJ
    • Kim JH

  2. Chemical composition and biological activities of essential oil from the leaves of Sesuvium portulacastrum.
    Journal of ethnopharmacology (J Ethnopharmacol ) Vol: 103 Issue 1 Pages: 85-9
    Pub: 2006 Jan 3 Epub: 2005 Oct 21
    • Magwa ML
    • Gundidza M
    • Gweru N
    • Humphrey G

  3. Prebiotic Potential of Herbal Medicines Used in Digestive Health and Disease.
    Journal of alternative and complementary medicine (New York, N.Y.) (J Altern Complement Med ) Vol: 24 Issue 7 Pages: 656-665
    Pub: 2018 Jul Epub: 2018 Mar 22
    • Peterson CT
    • Sharma V
    • Uchitel S
    • Denniston K
    • Chopra D
    • Mills PJ
    • Peterson SN

  4. Polysaccharides from <i>Chrysanthemum morifolium</i> Ramat ameliorate colitis rats by modulating the intestinal microbiota community.
    Oncotarget (Oncotarget ) Vol: 8 Issue 46 Pages: 80790-80803
    Pub: 2017 Oct 6 Epub: 2017 Aug 24
    • Tao JH
    • Duan JA
    • Jiang S
    • Feng NN
    • Qiu WQ
    • Ling Y

  5. Effect of garlic powder on the growth of commensal bacteria from the gastrointestinal tract.
    Phytomedicine : international journal of phytotherapy and phytopharmacology (Phytomedicine ) Vol: 19 Issue 8-9 Pages: 707-11
    Pub: 2012 Jun 15 Epub: 2012 Apr 4
    • Filocamo A
    • Nueno-Palop C
    • Bisignano C
    • Mandalari G
    • Narbad A

  6. A rosemary extract rich in carnosic acid selectively modulates caecum microbiota and inhibits ß-glucosidase activity, altering fiber and short chain fatty acids fecal excretion in lean and obese female rats.
    PloS one (PLoS One ) Vol: 9 Issue 4 Pages: e94687
    Pub: 2014 Epub: 2014 Apr 14
    • Romo-Vaquero M
    • Selma MV
    • Larrosa M
    • Obiol M
    • García-Villalba R
    • González-Barrio R
    • Issaly N
    • Flanagan J
    • Roller M
    • Tomás-Barberán FA
    • García-Conesa MT

  7. Prebiotic Potential and Chemical Composition of Seven Culinary Spice Extracts.
    Journal of food science (J Food Sci ) Vol: 82 Issue 8 Pages: 1807-1813
    Pub: 2017 Aug Epub: 2017 Jul 5
    • Lu QY
    • Summanen PH
    • Lee RP
    • Huang J
    • Henning SM
    • Heber D
    • Finegold SM
    • Li Z

  8. 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

  9. Phytonutrient diet supplementation promotes beneficial Clostridia species and intestinal mucus secretion resulting in protection against enteric infection.
    Scientific reports (Sci Rep ) Vol: 5 Issue Pages: 9253
    Pub: 2015 Mar 19 Epub: 2015 Mar 19
    • Wlodarska M
    • Willing BP
    • Bravo DM
    • Finlay BB

  10. Antimicrobial activity of essential oil from Schinus molle Linn.
    The Central African journal of medicine (Cent Afr J Med ) Vol: 39 Issue 11 Pages: 231-4
    Pub: 1993 Nov Epub:
    • Gundidza M

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