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Establishment of a beneficial microbiota profile for piglets as early in life as possible is important as it will impact their future health. In the current study, we hypothesized that resistant starch (RS) provided in the maternal diet during gestation and lactation will be fermented in their hindgut, which would favourably modify their milk and/or gut microbiota composition and that it would in turn affect piglets' microbiota profile and their absorptive and immune abilities. Methods In thisdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0199568 pmid:29969488 pmcid:PMC6029764 fatcat:hlw7czwul5hixmmzs4hf2mrti4