RRC ID 55054
Author Ose R, Hirano K, Maeno S, Nakagawa J, Salminen S, Tochio T, Endo A.
Title The ability of human intestinal anaerobes to metabolize different oligosaccharides: Novel means for microbiota modulation?
Journal Anaerobe
Abstract DP4). The fermentation profiles indicated specific links between the microbial end-products and specific gut microbes. Available carbohydrates had a significant impact on the accumulation of amino acid-derived bacterial metabolites (i.e. phenol, p-cresol, indole and skatole) and short chain fatty acids. The results assist in predicting the impact of oligosaccharides in human intervention and gut microbiota modulation.
Volume 51
Pages 110-119
Published 2018-6
DOI 10.1016/j.anaerobe.2018.04.018
PII S1075-9964(18)30075-1
PMID 29734011
MeSH Bacteria, Anaerobic / growth & development* Bacteria, Anaerobic / isolation & purification Bacteria, Anaerobic / metabolism* Fermentation Gastrointestinal Microbiome / drug effects Humans Microbiota / drug effects Oligosaccharides / metabolism* Prebiotics*
IF 2.742
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