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  1. Fermentable non-starch polysaccharides increases the abundance of Bacteroides-Prevotella-Porphyromonas in ileal microbial community of growing pigs.
    Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience (Animal ) Vol: 8 Issue 11 Pages: 1777-87
    Pub: 2014 Nov Epub: 2014 Jul 21
    • Ivarsson E
    • Roos S
    • Liu HY
    • Lindberg JE

  2. Metagenomic analyses of alcohol induced pathogenic alterations in the intestinal microbiome and the effect of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG treatment.
    PloS one (PLoS One ) Vol: 8 Issue 1 Pages: e53028
    Pub: 2013 Epub: 2013 Jan 9
    • Bull-Otterson L
    • Feng W
    • Kirpich I
    • Wang Y
    • Qin X
    • Liu Y
    • Gobejishvili L
    • Joshi-Barve S
    • Ayvaz T
    • Petrosino J
    • Kong M
    • Barker D
    • McClain C
    • Barve S

  3. Yellow pea fiber improves glycemia and reduces Clostridium leptum in diet-induced obese rats.
    Nutrition research (New York, N.Y.) (Nutr Res ) Vol: 34 Issue 8 Pages: 714-22
    Pub: 2014 Aug Epub: 2014 Aug 1
    • Eslinger AJ
    • Eller LK
    • Reimer RA

  4. FLX pyrosequencing analysis of the effects of the brown-algal fermentable polysaccharides alginate and laminaran on rat cecal microbiotas.
    Applied and environmental microbiology (Appl Environ Microbiol ) Vol: 79 Issue 3 Pages: 860-6
    Pub: 2013 Feb Epub: 2012 Nov 26
    • An C
    • Kuda T
    • Yazaki T
    • Takahashi H
    • Kimura B

  5. Changing dietary calcium-phosphorus level and cereal source selectively alters abundance of bacteria and metabolites in the upper gastrointestinal tracts of weaned pigs.
    Applied and environmental microbiology (Appl Environ Microbiol ) Vol: 79 Issue 23 Pages: 7264-72
    Pub: 2013 Dec Epub: 2013 Sep 13
    • Metzler-Zebeli BU
    • Mann E
    • Schmitz-Esser S
    • Wagner M
    • Ritzmann M
    • Zebeli Q

  6. Antimicrobial properties of green tea catechins.
    Food science and technology bulletin (Food Sci Technol Bull ) Vol: 2 Issue Pages: 71-81
    Pub: 2005 Epub:
    • Taylor PW
    • Hamilton-Miller JM
    • Stapleton PD

  7. A metagenomics approach to the intestinal microbiome structure and function in high fat diet-induced obesity mice fed with oolong tea polyphenols.
    Food & function (Food Funct ) Vol: 9 Issue 2 Pages: 1079-1087
    Pub: 2018 Feb 21 Epub:
    • Cheng M
    • Zhang X
    • Zhu J
    • Cheng L
    • Cao J
    • Wu Z
    • Weng P
    • Zheng X

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. Raw meat based diet influences faecal microbiome and end products of fermentation in healthy dogs.
    BMC veterinary research (BMC Vet Res ) Vol: 13 Issue 1 Pages: 65
    Pub: 2017 Feb 28 Epub: 2017 Feb 28
    • Sandri M
    • Dal Monego S
    • Conte G
    • Sgorlon S
    • Stefanon B

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