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  1. Epigallocatechin gallate induces a hepatospecific decrease in the CYP3A expression level by altering intestinal flora.
    European journal of pharmaceutical sciences : official journal of the European Federation for Pharmaceutical Sciences (Eur J Pharm Sci ) Vol: 100 Issue Pages: 211-218
    Pub: 2017 Mar 30 Epub: 2017 Jan 21
    • Ikarashi N
    • Ogawa S
    • Hirobe R
    • Kon R
    • Kusunoki Y
    • Yamashita M
    • Mizukami N
    • Kaneko M
    • Wakui N
    • Machida Y
    • Sugiyama K

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. Effect of liquid whey feeding on fecal microbiota of mature and growing pigs.
    Animal science journal = Nihon chikusan Gakkaiho (Anim Sci J ) Vol: 82 Issue 4 Pages: 607-15
    Pub: 2011 Aug Epub: 2011 Apr 20
    • Kobayashi Y
    • Itoh A
    • Miyawaki K
    • Koike S
    • Iwabuchi O
    • Iimura Y
    • Kobashi Y
    • Kawashima T
    • Wakamatsu J
    • Hattori A
    • Murakami H
    • Morimatsu F
    • Nakaebisu T
    • Hishinuma T

  5. 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

  6. The effect of palm kernel meal supplementation in the diet on the growth performance and meat quality of swine, and on the level of odorous compounds and bacterial communities in swine manure
    Korean Journal of Agricultural Science (Korean Journal of Agricultural Science ) Vol: 43 Issue 5 Pages: 777-787
    Pub: Dec 2016 Epub:
    • Ok-Hwa Hwang

  7. Walnut Consumption Alters the Gastrointestinal Microbiota, Microbially Derived Secondary Bile Acids, and Health Markers in Healthy Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial.
    The Journal of nutrition (J Nutr ) Vol: 148 Issue 6 Pages: 861-867
    Pub: 2018 Jun 1 Epub:
    • Holscher HD
    • Guetterman HM
    • Swanson KS
    • An R
    • Matthan NR
    • Lichtenstein AH
    • Novotny JA
    • Baer DJ

  8. Carob pods (Ceratonia siliqua L.) improve growth performance, antioxidant status and caecal characteristics in growing rabbits.
    Journal of animal physiology and animal nutrition (J Anim Physiol Anim Nutr (Berl) ) Vol: 101 Issue 6 Pages: 1307-1315
    Pub: 2017 Dec Epub: 2017 Jan 30
    • Abu Hafsa SH
    • Ibrahim SA
    • Hassan AA

  9. Feed supplementation with red seaweeds, Chondrus crispus and Sarcodiotheca gaudichaudii, affects performance, egg quality, and gut microbiota of layer hens.
    Poultry science (Poult Sci ) Vol: 93 Issue 12 Pages: 2991-3001
    Pub: 2014 Dec Epub: 2014 Oct 28
    • Kulshreshtha G
    • Rathgeber B
    • Stratton G
    • Thomas N
    • Evans F
    • Critchley A
    • Hafting J
    • Prithiviraj B

  10. Effect of Whole-Grain Barley on the Human Fecal Microbiota and Metabolome.
    Applied and environmental microbiology (Appl Environ Microbiol ) Vol: 81 Issue 22 Pages: 7945-56
    Pub: 2015 Nov Epub: 2015 Sep 18
    • De Angelis M
    • Montemurno E
    • Vannini L
    • Cosola C
    • Cavallo N
    • Gozzi G
    • Maranzano V
    • Di Cagno R
    • Gobbetti M
    • Gesualdo L

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