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Dietary fiber and prebiotics and the gastrointestinal microbiotaHannah D. HolscherFebruary 2017
Using probiotics in clinical practice: Where are we now? A review of existing meta-analysesMariangela Rondanelli, Milena Anna Faliva, Simone Perna, et alJuly 2017
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Specificities of the intestinal microbiota in patients with inflammatory bowel disease and Clostridium difficile infectionHarry Sokol, Sarah Jegou, Claire McQuitty, et alSeptember 2017
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Exercise training-induced modification of the gut microbiota persists after microbiota colonization and attenuates the response to chemically-induced colitis in gnotobiotic miceJ. M. Allen, L. J. Mailing, J. Cohrs, et alSeptember 2017
Probiotics drive gut microbiome triggering emotional brain signaturesDeepika Bagga, Johanna Louise Reichert, Karl Koschutnig, et alMay 2018
Serum cortisol mediates the relationship between fecal Ruminococcus and brain N-acetylaspartate in the young pigAustin T. Mudd, Kirsten Berding, Mei Wang, et alAugust 2017
First victim, later aggressor: How the intestinal microbiota drives the pro-inflammatory effects of dietary emulsifiers?Emilie Viennois & Benoit ChassaingFebruary 2018

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