Bibliographical noteWe thank the HITChip team from University of Wageningen for excellent technical assistance. This work was partly funded by the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation (TEKES) grant 40274/06 (WMdV) and Academy of Finland grants (118602, 1141130, 137389, 141140 (WMdV) and 256950 (LL) and carried out in the context of the Finnish Centre of Excellence in Microbial Food Safety Research (CoE-MiFoSa). The Rowett Institute and Biomathematics and Statistics Scotland receive support from the Scottish Government Food, Land and People program. The human dietary study reported here was largely funded by a grant from the World Cancer Research Fund to HJF, GEL and AMJ.
- dietary intervention
- intestinal microbiota
- phylogenetic microarray
- short chain fatty acid
- 16S rRNA
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