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  1. Probiotic yogurt and acidified milk similarly reduce postprandial inflammation and both alter the gut microbiota of healthy, young men.
    The British journal of nutrition (Br J Nutr ) Vol: 117 Issue 9 Pages: 1312-1322
    Pub: 2017 May Epub: 2017 May 31
    • Burton KJ
    • Rosikiewicz M
    • Pimentel G
    • Bütikofer U
    • von Ah U
    • Voirol MJ
    • Croxatto A
    • Aeby S
    • Drai J
    • McTernan PG
    • Greub G
    • Pralong FP
    • Vergères G
    • Vionnet N

  2. Dietary Lipid Type, Rather Than Total Number of Calories, Alters Outcomes of Enteric Infection in Mice.
    The Journal of infectious diseases (J Infect Dis ) Vol: 213 Issue 11 Pages: 1846-56
    Pub: 2016 Jun 1 Epub: 2016 Apr 10
    • DeCoffe D
    • Quin C
    • Gill SK
    • Tasnim N
    • Brown K
    • Godovannyi A
    • Dai C
    • Abulizi N
    • Chan YK
    • Ghosh S
    • Gibson DL

  3. High-Salt Diet Has a Certain Impact on Protein Digestion and Gut Microbiota: A Sequencing and Proteome Combined Study.
    Frontiers in microbiology (Front Microbiol ) Vol: 8 Issue Pages: 1838
    Pub: 2017 Epub: 2017 Sep 21
    • Wang C
    • Huang Z
    • Yu K
    • Ding R
    • Ye K
    • Dai C
    • Xu X
    • Zhou G
    • Li C

  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. Effects of Blackcurrant and Dietary Fibers on Large Intestinal Health Biomarkers in Rats.
    Plant foods for human nutrition (Dordrecht, Netherlands) (Plant Foods Hum Nutr ) Vol: 73 Issue 1 Pages: 54-60
    Pub: 2018 Mar Epub:
    • Paturi G
    • Butts CA
    • Monro JA
    • Hedderley D

  6. Effect of apple intake on fecal microbiota and metabolites in humans.
    Anaerobe (Anaerobe ) Vol: 16 Issue 5 Pages: 510-5
    Pub: 2010 Oct Epub: 2010 Mar 19
    • Shinohara K
    • Ohashi Y
    • Kawasumi K
    • Terada A
    • Fujisawa T

  7. Gastrointestinal Simulation Model TWIN-SHIME Shows Differences between Human Urolithin-Metabotypes in Gut Microbiota Composition, Pomegranate Polyphenol Metabolism, and Transport along the Intestinal Tract.
    Journal of agricultural and food chemistry (J Agric Food Chem ) Vol: 65 Issue 27 Pages: 5480-5493
    Pub: 2017 Jul 12 Epub: 2017 Jun 28
    • García-Villalba R
    • Vissenaekens H
    • Pitart J
    • Romo-Vaquero M
    • Espín JC
    • Grootaert C
    • Selma MV
    • Raes K
    • Smagghe G
    • Possemiers S
    • Van Camp J
    • Tomas-Barberan FA

  8. 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

  9. Tomato Powder Inhibits Hepatic Steatosis and Inflammation Potentially Through Restoring SIRT1 Activity and Adiponectin Function Independent of Carotenoid Cleavage Enzymes in Mice.
    Molecular nutrition & food research (Mol Nutr Food Res ) Vol: Issue Pages: e1700738
    Pub: 2017 Dec 20 Epub: 2017 Dec 20
    • Li CC
    • Liu C
    • Fu M
    • Hu KQ
    • Aizawa K
    • Takahashi S
    • Hiroyuki S
    • Cheng J
    • von Lintig J
    • Wang XD

  10. Effect of Sweetened Dried Cranberry Consumption on Urinary Proteome and Fecal Microbiome in Healthy Human Subjects.
    Omics : a journal of integrative biology (OMICS ) Vol: 22 Issue 2 Pages: 145-153
    Pub: 2018 Feb Epub: 2017 Jun 15
    • Bekiares N
    • Krueger CG
    • Meudt JJ
    • Shanmuganayagam D
    • Reed JD

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