.

.


The information on this site is from academic and research studies. Applicability to humans must be determined by a licensed medical professional.

Partial list of Citations used for Recommendations or Conditions

Recent additions may not be included. There is an intentional delay in making those available.

  1. Fecal microbiota composition of breast-fed infants is correlated with human milk oligosaccharides consumed.
    Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition (J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr ) Vol: 60 Issue 6 Pages: 825-33
    Pub: 2015 Jun Epub:
    • Wang M
    • Li M
    • Wu S
    • Lebrilla CB
    • Chapkin RS
    • Ivanov I
    • Donovan SM

  2. Utilization of major fucosylated and sialylated human milk oligosaccharides by isolated human gut microbes.
    Glycobiology (Glycobiology ) Vol: 23 Issue 11 Pages: 1281-92
    Pub: 2013 Nov Epub: 2013 Sep 7
    • Yu ZT
    • Chen C
    • Newburg DS

  3. Sex differences in gut fermentation and immune parameters in rats fed an oligofructose-supplemented diet.
    Biology of sex differences (Biol Sex Differ ) Vol: 6 Issue Pages: 13
    Pub: 2015 Epub: 2015 Aug 6
    • Shastri P
    • McCarville J
    • Kalmokoff M
    • Brooks SP
    • Green-Johnson JM

  4. 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

  5. Composition and metabolism of fecal microbiota from normal and overweight children are differentially affected by melibiose, raffinose and raffinose-derived fructans.
    Anaerobe (Anaerobe ) Vol: 52 Issue Pages: 100-110
    Pub: 2018 Aug Epub: 2018 Jun 20
    • Adamberg K
    • Adamberg S
    • Ernits K
    • Larionova A
    • Voor T
    • Jaagura M
    • Visnapuu T
    • Alamäe T

  6. High purity galacto-oligosaccharides enhance specific Bifidobacterium species and their metabolic activity in the mouse gut microbiome.
    Beneficial microbes (Benef Microbes ) Vol: 7 Issue 2 Pages: 247-64
    Pub: 2016 Epub: 2016 Feb 3
    • Monteagudo-Mera A
    • Arthur JC
    • Jobin C
    • Keku T
    • Bruno-Barcena JM
    • Azcarate-Peril MA

  7. Development of biosensor-based assays to identify anti-infective oligosaccharides.
    Analytical biochemistry (Anal Biochem ) Vol: 410 Issue 2 Pages: 200-5
    Pub: 2011 Mar 15 Epub: 2010 Nov 25
    • Lane JA
    • Mehra RK
    • Carrington SD
    • Hickey RM

  8. Increase of faecal bifidobacteria due to dietary oligosaccharides induces a reduction of clinically relevant pathogen germs in the faeces of formula-fed preterm infants.
    Acta paediatrica (Oslo, Norway : 1992). Supplement (Acta Paediatr Suppl ) Vol: 94 Issue 449 Pages: 31-3
    Pub: 2005 Oct Epub:
    • Knol J
    • Boehm G
    • Lidestri M
    • Negretti F
    • Jelinek J
    • Agosti M
    • Stahl B
    • Marini A
    • Mosca F

  9. The antimicrobial action of chitosan, low molar mass chitosan, and chitooligosaccharides on human colonic bacteria.
    Folia microbiologica (Folia Microbiol (Praha) ) Vol: 57 Issue 4 Pages: 341-5
    Pub: 2012 Jul Epub: 2012 Apr 13
    • Simunek J
    • Brandysová V
    • Koppová I
    • Simunek J Jr

  10. The prebiotic effects of biscuits containing partially hydrolysed guar gum and fructo-oligosaccharides--a human volunteer study.
    The British journal of nutrition (Br J Nutr ) Vol: 86 Issue 3 Pages: 341-8
    Pub: 2001 Sep Epub:
    • Tuohy KM
    • Kolida S
    • Lustenberger AM
    • Gibson GR

Full list available by paid subscriptions

For More information see this summary.