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Role of tryptophan-metabolizing microbiota in mice diarrhea caused by Folium sennae extracts
Although reports have provided evidence that diarrhea caused by Folium sennae can result in intestinal microbiota diversity disorder, the intestinal bacterial characteristic and specific mechanismExpand
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Intestinal microbiota characteristics of mice treated with Folium senna decoction gavage combined with restraint and tail pinch stress
To investigate the characteristics of the intestinal microbiota of mice treated with Folium senna decoction gavage combined with restraint and tail pinch stress. Ten healthy male Kunming mice wereExpand
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Intestinal mucosal bacterial diversity of antibiotic-associated diarrhea (AAD) mice treated with Debaryomyces hansenii and Qiweibaizhu powder
The aim was to investigate the combined effect of Debaryomyces hansenii and Qiweibaizhu powder (QWBZP) on the bacterial diversity of the intestinal mucosa of antibiotic-associated diarrhea (AAD)Expand
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Microbiotal characteristics colonized in intestinal mucosa of mice with diarrhoea and repeated stress
To understand the role of intestinal mucosal microbiota on mental stress-related diarrhoea, we collected the intestinal mucosa of mice treated with Folium senna extract gavage combined with restraintExpand
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Gut Microbiota Comparison Between Intestinal Contents and Mucosa in Mice With Repeated Stress-Related Diarrhea Provides Novel Insight
Repeated stress-related diarrhea is a kind of functional bowel disorders (FBDs) that are mainly stemming from dysregulation of the microbiota–gut–brain axis mediated by a complex interplay ofExpand
Characteristics of intestinal microbiota and enzyme activities in mice fed with lily bulb
The aim was to investigate the effect of lily bulbs on the microecological characteristics of intestinal microbiota and enzyme activities in normal mice. Thirty SPF Kunming mice were randomly dividedExpand
Gut microbiota characteristics in mice with antibiotic-associated diarrhea
Background Antibiotic-associated diarrhea (AAD), defined as diarrhea that occurs in association with the administration of antibiotics and without another clear etiology, is one of the most commonExpand