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Effects of 4'-Galactosyllactose on the Cecal Microflora and Short-Chain Fatty Acids in Rats and Mice
BIFIDUS--Flores,Fructus et Semina
The cecal microflora and short-chain fatty acid concentrations were determined in a 4-week trial with Wistar female rats (initial body weight ca. 50g) which were fed standard-or vitamin-free-purified diets containing galactosyllactose (GL). In rats fed the standard purified (SP) diet with a high dose (5%) of GL bifidobacteria, lactobacilli, and anaerobic Gram-positive cocci increased remarkably in number compared with diets containing lactose. Vitamin-free purified (VFP) diets, regardless ofdoi:10.11209/jim1987.7.21 fatcat:7eoehsxul5fl3ofefgxsj54iqu