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Surgical injury and metabolic stress enhance the virulence of the human opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
16S rRNA gene-based analysis of fecal microbiota from preterm infants with and without necrotizing enterocolitis.
The re-emerging role of the intestinal microflora in critical illness and inflammation: why the gut hypothesis of sepsis syndrome will not go away.
Treatment of diabetic diarrhea with clonidine.
Exercise prevents weight gain and alters the gut microbiota in a mouse model of high fat diet-induced obesity.
Composition of dietary fat source shapes gut microbiota architecture and alters host inflammatory mediators in mouse adipose tissue.
Using corticosteroids to reshape the gut microbiome: implications for inflammatory bowel diseases.
Determination of American ginseng saponins and their metabolites in human plasma, urine and feces samples by liquid chromatography coupled with quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry.
Transplanting a Microbial Organ: the Good, the Bad, and the Unknown.
Significant difference in active metabolite levels of ginseng in humans consuming Asian or Western diet: The link with enteric microbiota.
Genetic deletion of the bacterial sensor NOD2 improves murine Crohn's disease-like ileitis independent of functional dysbiosis.
Regional Diversity of the Gastrointestinal Microbiome.
Microbiota composition modulates inflammation and neointimal hyperplasia after arterial angioplasty.
Metagenomic Alterations in Gut Microbiota Precede and Predict Onset of Colitis in the IL10 Gene-Deficient Murine Model.
Navigating the Human Gut Microbiome: Pathway to Success from Lessons Learned.
Early-Life Microbial Restitution Reduces Colitis Risk Promoted by Antibiotic-Induced Gut Dysbiosis in Interleukin 10-/- Mice.
Gut microbiota-driven brain A? amyloidosis in mice requires microglia.