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Effects of human intestinal flora on plasma and caecal isoflavones, and effects of isoflavones on the composition and metabolism of flora in human flora-associated (HFA) mice

Effects of human intestinal flora on plasma and caecal isoflavones, and effects of isoflavones on the composition and metabolism of flora in human flora-associated (HFA) mice

Microbial Ecology in Health and Disease 16(1): 18-22

Much attention has focused on the isoflavones present in soybeans. In this study, we investigated the influence of human intestinal flora on plasma and caecal isoflavones using human flora-associated (HFA) mice. The GI (germfree-isoflavone) and HI (HFA-isoflavone) mice were administered daidzein and genistein and the GC (germ-free control) and HC (HFA control) mice were administered solvent over a 4-day period.

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DOI: 10.1080/08910600410027985

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