Additional file 7 of Yoghurt consumption is associated with changes in the composition of the human gut microbiome and metabolome

  • Cristina Menni (Contributor)
  • Caroline Ivanne Le Roy (Contributor)
  • Aleksandr Kurilshchikov (Contributor)
  • Sasha Zhernakova (Contributor)
  • Alessia Visconti (Contributor)
  • Ruth C. E. Bowyer (Contributor)
  • Hana Koutnikova (Contributor)
  • Mureil Derrien (Contributor)
  • Patrick Veiga (Contributor)
  • Mario Fachi (Contributor)
  • Tim D. Spector (Contributor)
  • Emily R Leeming (Contributor)

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Additional file 7: Supplementary Table 6. Association between yoghurt consumption and faecal metabolites. Results were obtained by fitting linear mixed effect model where metabolites were used as a response to level of yoghurt consumption and BMI, gender, age, HEI and family structure were used as covariates.
Datum van beschikbaarheid4-feb.-2022
Uitgeverfigshare Academic Research System
Datum van data-aanmaak3-feb.-2022

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