Interaction of genotype and diet on small intestine microbiota of Japanese quail fed a cholesterol enriched diet

@inproceedings{Liu2018InteractionOG,
  title={Interaction of genotype and diet on small intestine microbiota of Japanese quail fed a cholesterol enriched diet},
  author={Shasha Liu and Hein Min Tun and Frederick Chi Ching Leung and Darin Chris Bennett and Hongfu Zhang and Kimberly Ming-Tak Cheng},
  booktitle={Scientific Reports},
  year={2018}
}
Our previous study has shown that genetic selection for susceptibility/resistance to diet-induced atherosclerosis has affected the Japanese quail’s cecal environment to accommodate distinctly different cecal microbiota. In this study, we fed the Atherosclerosis-resistant (RES) and -susceptable (SUS) quail a regular and a cholesterol enriched diet to examine the interaction of host genotype and diet on the diversity, composition, and metabolic functions of the duodenal and ileal microbiota with… CONTINUE READING

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