The acquired peak lists were aligned by means of in-house software with an error p. Despite this, emerging literature implicates diet as an important influence on the gut microbial profile. Transmission of atherosclerosis susceptibility with gut microbial transplantation. Conversely, the abundance of genes involved in propionate metabolism, associated with increased energy harvest, was higher in BL6 mice than Sv mice. All authors commented on the manuscript. Wu, G. This review will examine the recent literature on HFD-induced alterations in microbiota composition, the propensity for this to lead to an obese phenotype, the consequences for disease risk, and the potential to target HFD-induced dysbiosis for obesity prevention. Consistence of HF enrichment and existence of glycerol kinase.
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