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Akkermansia muciniphila, a common member of the human gut microbiota, is considered to be a beneficial resident of the intestinal mucus layer. Surface-exposed molecules produced by this organism likel...
ORGANISM(S):Akkermansia muciniphila ATCC BAA-835 
2016-09-27 | PXD004400 | Pride
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Colorectal cancer risk is associated with diets high in red meat. Heme, the pigment of red meat, induces cytotoxicity of colonic contents and elicits epithelial damage and compensatory hyperproliferat...
ORGANISM(S):Mus musculus 
2015-08-19 | E-GEOD-40670 | ArrayExpress
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Development of the gut microbiota is greatly impacted in preterm infants. Despite increasing knowledge about microbiota composition in preterm infants, knowledge about the functional signatures of the...
ORGANISM(S):Bacteria Homo sapiens 
2017-07-14 | PXD005574 | Pride
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Insights into microbial modulation of host peripheral lipid and glucose metabolism using mouse gut organoids
ORGANISM(S):Mus musculus 
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Microbiota facilitates dietary heme-induced epithelial hyperproliferation and hyperplasia by breaking the mucus barrier
ORGANISM(S):Mus musculus 
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Background: Studies in mice have shown that PPARα is an important regulator of lipid metabolism in liver and a key transcription factor involved in the adaptive response to fasting. However, much less...
ORGANISM(S):Homo sapiens 
2015-11-28 | E-GEOD-71731 | ArrayExpress
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Aging-induced decline in mucus thickness in mice is associated with changes in microbiota composition and immunity and is sex dependent
ORGANISM(S):Mus musculus 
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Development of the gut microbiota is greatly impacted in preterm infants. Despite increasing knowledge about microbiota composition in preterm infants, knowledge about the functional signatures of the...
2017-10-17 | MSV000081616 | Massive
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Supplementation with Lactobacillus plantarum WCFS1 prevents Decline of Mucus Barrier in Colon of Accelerated Aging Ercc1-/Δ7 Mice
ORGANISM(S):Mus musculus 
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