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Microbiome engineering.

Gut microbes promote colonic serotonin production through an effect of short-chain fatty acids on enterochromaffin cells.

Gut microbiota-produced succinate promotes C. difficile infection after antibiotic treatment or motility disturbance.

Editorial overview: insights into molecular mechanisms of microbiota.

Starving our microbial self: the deleterious consequences of a diet deficient in microbiota-accessible carbohydrates.

Reprograming of gut microbiome energy metabolism by the FUT2 Crohn's disease risk polymorphism.

The Enteric Two-Step: nutritional strategies of bacterial pathogens within the gut.

Integrative analysis of the microbiome and metabolome of the human intestinal mucosal surface reveals exquisite inter-relationships.

Gut microbes take their vitamins.

Rapid evolution of binding specificities and expression patterns of inhibitory CD33-related Siglecs in primates.

Genetically dictated change in host mucus carbohydrate landscape exerts a diet-dependent effect on the gut microbiota.

Microbiota-liberated host sugars facilitate post-antibiotic expansion of enteric pathogens.

Host-centric proteomics of stool: a novel strategy focused on intestinal responses to the gut microbiota.

Production of α-galactosylceramide by a prominent member of the human gut microbiota.

A metabolomic view of how the human gut microbiota impacts the host metabolome using humanized and gnotobiotic mice.

A refined palate: bacterial consumption of host glycans in the gut.

Complex interactions among diet, gastrointestinal transit, and gut microbiota in humanized mice.

Molecular analysis of model gut microbiotas by imaging mass spectrometry and nanodesorption electrospray ionization reveals dietary metabolite transformations.

Prioritization of a plant polysaccharide over a mucus carbohydrate is enforced by a Bacteroides hybrid two-component system.

Human milk oligosaccharide consumption by intestinal microbiota.

Bacteroides in the infant gut consume milk oligosaccharides via mucus-utilization pathways.

Eating for two: how metabolism establishes interspecies interactions in the gut.

The intestinal microbiota and viral susceptibility.

Mechanistic insight into polysaccharide use within the intestinal microbiota.

Community health care: therapeutic opportunities in the human microbiome.

Specificity of polysaccharide use in intestinal bacteroides species determines diet-induced microbiota alterations.

PhyloChip microarray analysis reveals altered gastrointestinal microbial communities in a rat model of colonic hypersensitivity.

Microbiology: Genetic pot luck.

Glycan foraging in vivo by an intestine-adapted bacterial symbiont.