2022 article

Phenolic-rich beverages reduce bacterial TMA formation in an ex vivo-in vitro colonic fermentation model

Iglesias-Carres, L., Racine, K. C., & Neilson, A. P. (2022, July 11). FOOD & FUNCTION.

MeSH headings : Atherosclerosis / metabolism; Bacteria / metabolism; Beverages; Chlorogenic Acid; Choline / metabolism; Coffee; Fermentation; Humans; Methylamines / metabolism
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Added: July 26, 2022

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