Role of tryptophan-metabolizing microbiota in mice diarrhea caused by Folium sennae extracts

  title={Role of tryptophan-metabolizing microbiota in mice diarrhea caused by Folium sennae extracts},
  author={Chenyang Zhang and Haoqing Shao and D. Li and Nenqun Xiao and Zhoujin Tan},
  journal={BMC Microbiology},
Although reports have provided evidence that diarrhea caused by Folium sennae can result in intestinal microbiota diversity disorder, the intestinal bacterial characteristic and specific mechanism are still unknown. The objective of our study was to investigate the mechanism of diarrhea caused by Folium sennae, which was associated with intestinal bacterial characteristic reshaping and metabolic abnormality. For the intervention of Folium sennae extracts, Chao1 index and Shannon index were… Expand
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