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  1. Arabinoxylan from Argentinian whole wheat flour promote the growth of Lactobacillus reuteri and Bifidobacterium breve.
    Letters in applied microbiology (Lett Appl Microbiol ) Vol: 68 Issue 2 Pages: 142-148
    Pub: 2019 Feb Epub: 2019 Jan 4
    • Paesani C
    • Salvucci E
    • Moiraghi M
    • Fernandez Canigia L
    • Pérez GT

  2. Comparison of populations of human faecal bacteria before and after in vitro incubation with plant cell wall substrates.
    The Journal of applied bacteriology (J Appl Bacteriol ) Vol: 62 Issue 3 Pages: 231-40
    Pub: 1987 Mar Epub:
    • Slade AP
    • Wyatt GM
    • Bayliss CE
    • Waites WM

  3. Wheat- and barley-based diets with or without additives influence broiler chicken performance, nutrient digestibility and intestinal microflora.
    Journal of the science of food and agriculture (J Sci Food Agric ) Vol: 92 Issue 1 Pages: 184-90
    Pub: 2012 Jan 15 Epub: 2011 Jul 21
    • Rodríguez ML
    • Rebolé A
    • Velasco S
    • Ortiz LT
    • Treviño J
    • Alzueta C

  4. The colonization of a simulator of the human intestinal microbial ecosystem by a probiotic strain fed on a fermented oat bran product: effects on the gastrointestinal microbiota.
    Applied microbiology and biotechnology (Appl Microbiol Biotechnol ) Vol: 50 Issue 2 Pages: 246-52
    Pub: 1998 Aug Epub:
    • Kontula P
    • Jaskari J
    • Nollet L
    • De Smet I
    • von Wright A
    • Poutanen K
    • Mattila-Sandholm T

  5. Tartary buckwheat protein prevented dyslipidemia in high-fat diet-fed mice associated with gut microbiota changes.
    Food and chemical toxicology : an international journal published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association (Food Chem Toxicol ) Vol: Issue Pages:
    Pub: 2018 Feb 23 Epub: 2018 Feb 23
    • Zhou XL
    • Yan BB
    • Xiao Y
    • Zhou YM
    • Liu TY

  6. Obese Mice Fed a Diet Supplemented with Enzyme-Treated Wheat Bran Display Marked Shifts in the Liver Metabolome Concurrent with Altered Gut Bacteria.
    The Journal of nutrition (J Nutr ) Vol: 146 Issue 12 Pages: 2445-2460
    Pub: 2016 Dec Epub: 2016 Oct 19
    • Kieffer DA
    • Piccolo BD
    • Marco ML
    • Kim EB
    • Goodson ML
    • Keenan MJ
    • Dunn TN
    • Knudsen KE
    • Adams SH
    • Martin RJ

  7. Prebiotic effects of wheat arabinoxylan related to the increase in bifidobacteria, Roseburia and Bacteroides/Prevotella in diet-induced obese mice.
    PloS one (PLoS One ) Vol: 6 Issue 6 Pages: e20944
    Pub: 2011 Epub: 2011 Jun 9
    • Neyrinck AM
    • Possemiers S
    • Druart C
    • Van de Wiele T
    • De Backer F
    • Cani PD
    • Larondelle Y
    • Delzenne NM

  8. Fermentation of plant cell wall derived polysaccharides and their corresponding oligosaccharides by intestinal bacteria.
    Journal of agricultural and food chemistry (J Agric Food Chem ) Vol: 48 Issue 5 Pages: 1644-52
    Pub: 2000 May Epub:
    • Van Laere KM
    • Hartemink R
    • Bosveld M
    • Schols HA
    • Voragen AG

  9. Longitudinal shifts in bacterial diversity and fermentation pattern in the rumen of steers grazing wheat pasture.
    Anaerobe (Anaerobe ) Vol: 30 Issue Pages: 11-7
    Pub: 2014 Dec Epub: 2014 Jul 31
    • Pitta DW
    • Pinchak WE
    • Dowd S
    • Dorton K
    • Yoon I
    • Min BR
    • Fulford JD
    • Wickersham TA
    • Malinowski DP

  10. 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

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