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    This database contains bibliographic descriptions of all Wageningen University PhD theses from 1920 onwards. It is updated on a daily basis by WUR Library.

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Immunomodulation by raw bovine milk and its ingredients : effects in nutritional intervention, oral vaccination and trained immunity [PhD thesis]
Splunter, M.E. van \ 2018
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Influence of pectin supplementation on feed fermentation characteristics in rats and pigs [PhD thesis]
Tian, Lingmin \ 2016
pigs - rats - pectins - feed supplements - dietary fibres - digestion - digestive tract - carbohydrates - microbial flora - nutrition physiology - animal nutrition - food chemistry
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In vitro fermentation and immunomodulating characteristics of dietary fibres [PhD thesis]
Rösch, Christiane \ 2016
dietary fibres - degradation - enzymes - immunomodulatory properties - cytokines - glycosides - fermentation
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Molecular mechanisms underlying the effects of dietary fiber in the large intestine [PhD thesis]
Lange, K. \ 2015
dietary fibres - nutrition and health - intestinal physiology - large intestine - transcriptomics - gastrointestinal microbiota
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Replacing lactose from calf milk replacers : effects on digestion and post-absorptive metabolism [PhD thesis]
Gilbert, Myrthe S. \ 2015
veal calves - lactose - filled milk - polysaccharides - glucose - fructose - glycerol - starch digestion - metabolism - fermentation - calf feeding - animal nutrition - nutrition physiology
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Development of gut microbiota in pigs and the effect of diet, antibiotics and other environmental factors [PhD thesis]
Zhang, J. \ 2014
pigs - intestinal microorganisms - gastrointestinal microbiota - antibiotics - diet - microbiology
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Community and genomic analysis of the human small intestine microbiota [PhD thesis]
Bogert, B. van den \ 2013
intestinal microorganisms - small intestine - dna microarrays - dna sequencing - microbial ecology - immunomodulatory properties
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Molecular effects of fermentation in the gut and its relevance for metabolism and satiety [PhD thesis]
Haenen, D. \ 2013
large intestine - fermentation - dietary fibres - satiety - intestinal microorganisms - short chain fatty acids - metabolism
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Monitoring the degradation of individual dietary fibres in pig models [PhD thesis]
Jonathan, M.C. \ 2013
dietary fibres - degradation - fermentation - pigs - in vitro digestibility
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Analyzing the functionality of the human intestinal microbiota by stable isotope probing [PhD thesis]
Kovatcheva-Datchary, P. \ 2010
intestinal microorganisms - carbohydrate metabolism - isotope labeling
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Exploring the functionality of intestinal Bifidobacteria: a post-genomics approach [PhD thesis]
Klaassens, E.S. \ 2007
intestinal microorganisms - bifidobacterium - activity - infants - human milk - humanized milk - genomics
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Lactobacilli in the porcine intestine: from composition to functionality [PhD thesis]
Konstantinov, S.R. \ 2005
lactobacillus - microbial flora - intestinal microorganisms - pigs
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Prebiotics in piglet nutrition? : fermentation kinetics along the GI tract [PhD thesis]
Awati, A. \ 2005
piglets - antiinfective agents - carbohydrates - fermentation - kinetics - feed additives - microbial ecology - pig feeding - nutrition physiology
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Effects of prebiotics, probiotics and synbiotics in the diet of young pigs [PhD thesis]
Shim, S. \ 2005
piglets - probiotics - carbohydrates - antiinfective agents - feed additives - microbial ecology - fermentation - digestive system - pig feeding - feeds - animal health - growth - nutrition physiology
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Energetic utilization of dietary fiber in pigs [PhD thesis]
Rijnen, M. \ 2003
pigs - fibres - pig feeding - animal nutrition - energy metabolism - energy consumption - physical activity - heat production - fermentation - pig housing - nutrition physiology - dietary fibres
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Significance of combined nutritional and morphological precaecal parameters for feed evaluations in non-ruminants [PhD thesis]
Leeuwen, P. van \ 2002
nonruminants - digestion - digestive system - feed evaluation - nutrition physiology - morphology - feeds - composition - intestinal mucosa
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Influence of dietary protein sources on putative in vitro and in vivo colon cancer biomarkers [PhD thesis]
Vis, E.H. \ 2002
dietary protein - caseinates - soya protein - colorectal cancer - rat feeding - mice - biological indicators
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Prebiotic effects of non-digestible oligo- and polysaccharides [PhD thesis]
Hartemink, R. \ 1999
carbohydrates - oligosaccharides - polysaccharides - intestinal microorganisms
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Effects of non-digestible oligosaccharides in young pig diets [PhD thesis]
Houdijk, J. \ 1998
pigs - piglets - animal feeding - animal nutrition - diets - oligosaccharides - feed additives - digestion - fermentation - in vitro - performance - growth
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Interaction between carbohydrates and fat in pigs : impact on energy evaluation of feeds [PhD thesis]
Bakker, G.C.M. \ 1996
feeds - nutritive value - carbohydrates - fats - pigs
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