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  • Philip G. Reeves, Forrest H Nielsen, George C. Fahey
  • Medicine, Biology
  • The Journal of nutrition
  • 1993 (First Publication: 1 November 1993)
  • For sixteen years, the American Institute of Nutrition Rodent Diets, AIN-76 and AIN-76A, have been used extensively around the world. Because of numerous nutritional and technical problemsExpand
  • Elizabeth A. Flickinger, Jan Van Loo, George C. Fahey
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Critical reviews in food science and nutrition
  • 2003 (First Publication: 1 January 2003)
  • Inulin and oligofructose are prebiotic oligosaccharides fermented in the large intestine. This article provides an extensive review of the effects of these oligosaccharides on gastrointestinalExpand
  • Kelly S. Swanson, Christine M. Grieshop, +5 authors George C. Fahey
  • Medicine, Biology
  • The Journal of nutrition
  • 2002 (First Publication: 1 May 2002)
  • The goal of this study was to examine whether supplemental fructooligosaccharides (FOS) and (or) mannanoligosaccharides (MOS) influenced indices of gut health of dogs. Adult female dogs (n = 4)Expand
  • Ingmar S. Middelbos, Brittany M. Vester Boler, Ani Qu, Bryan A. White, Kelly S. Swanson, George C. Fahey
  • Medicine, Biology
  • PloS one
  • 2010 (First Publication: 22 March 2010)
  • Background Dogs suffer from many of the same maladies as humans that may be affected by the gut microbiome, but knowledge of the canine microbiome is incomplete. This work aimed to use 16S rDNA tagExpand
  • Susan Sungsoo Cho, Lu Qi, George C. Fahey, david. klurfeld
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • The American journal of clinical nutrition
  • 2013 (First Publication: 1 August 2013)
  • BACKGROUND Studies of whole grain and chronic disease have often included bran-enriched foods and other ingredients that do not meet the current definition of whole grains. Therefore, we assessed theExpand