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1967 1
1968 4
1969 2
1970 8
1971 4
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1975 6
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1977 7
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1980 6
1981 12
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1988 10
1989 23
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1991 18
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1993 18
1994 31
1995 25
1996 27
1997 34
1998 20
1999 24
2000 14
2001 34
2002 33
2003 33
2004 35
2005 45
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2007 59
2008 63
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2010 107
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The microbiology of butyrate formation in the human colon.
Pryde SE, et al. FEMS Microbiol Lett 2002 - Review. PMID 12480096 Free article.
While certain dietary substrates such as resistant starch appear to be butyrogenic in the colon, it is not known to what extent these stimulate butyrate production directly, e.g. by promoting amylolytic species, or indirectly, e.g. through cross-feeding of fermentation products. ...
While certain dietary substrates such as resistant starch appear to be butyrogenic in the colon, it is not known to what extent these …
Dietary modulation of the human colonic microbiota: introducing the concept of prebiotics
Gibson GR and Roberfroid MB. J Nutr 1995 - Review. PMID 7782892
In contrast, prebiotics are nondigestible food ingredients that beneficially affect the host by selectively stimulating the growth and/or activity of one or a limited number of bacterial species already resident in the colon, and thus attempt to improve host health. ...
In contrast, prebiotics are nondigestible food ingredients that beneficially affect the host by selectively stimulating the growth and/or ac …
Regulation of short-chain fatty acid production
Macfarlane S and Macfarlane GT. Proc Nutr Soc 2003 - Review. PMID 12740060
Short-chain fatty acid (SCFA) formation by intestinal bacteria is regulated by many different host, environmental, dietary and microbiological factors. ...
Short-chain fatty acid (SCFA) formation by intestinal bacteria is regulated by many different host, environmental, dietary and microbiolo
Repertoire of the gut microbiota from stomach to colon using culturomics and next-generation sequencing.
Mailhe M, et al. BMC Microbiol 2018. PMID 30355340 Free PMC article.
Fewer species were isolated in the upper gut: 110 in the stomach and 106 in the duodenum, while 235 were isolated from the left colon (p < 0.02). ...There were fewer reads for aero-intolerant species in the upper gut (8,656 in the stomach, 5,188 in the duodenum and 72,262 in the left colon, p < 0.02). ...
Fewer species were isolated in the upper gut: 110 in the stomach and 106 in the duodenum, while 235 were isolated from the left colon
Cell-Surface and Nuclear Receptors in the Colon as Targets for Bacterial Metabolites and Its Relevance to Colon Health.
Sivaprakasam S, et al. Nutrients 2017 - Review. PMID 28796169 Free PMC article.
The symbiotic co-habitation of bacteria in the host colon is mutually beneficial to both partners. While the host provides the place and food for the bacteria to colonize and live, the bacteria in turn help the host in energy and nutritional homeostasis, development and maturation of the mucosal immune system, and protection against inflammation and carcinogenesis. In this review, we highlight the molecular mediators of the effective communication between the bacteria and the host, focusing on selective metabolites from the bacteria that serve as messengers to the host by acting through selective receptors in the host colon. ...
The symbiotic co-habitation of bacteria in the host colon is mutually beneficial to both partners. While the host provides the place …
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