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- Young, Wayne, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Microorganisms 2019 v.7 no.7
- adults; dietary nutrient sources; dietary recommendations; digestive system; gene expression; immune system; infants; intestinal microorganisms; microbiome; milk; mucins; omnivores; polysaccharides; weaning
- ... Glycans are present exogenously in the diet, expressed and secreted endogenously by host cells, and produced by microbes. All of these processes result in them being available to the gut microbiome, firmly placing glycans at the interface of diet–microbe–host interactions. The most dramatic shift in dietary sources of glycans occurs during the transition from the milk-based neonatal di ...
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