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Butyrate and propionate are two important short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs) produced in the human gut. They have been shown to have significant immune system effects in the intestinal mucosa, by inducing the differentiation of T-regulatory cells via inhibition of histone deacetylase (HDAC). This enzyme keeps chromatin from unwinding and, therefore, inhibits gene transcription.
New study reveals how ‘good’ bacteria help in regulating our metabolism

New study reveals how ‘good’ bacteria help in regulating our metabolism

Replacing potatoes or rice with lentils can reduce blood glucose levels, study shows

Replacing potatoes or rice with lentils can reduce blood glucose levels, study shows

Mangos found to be more effective in reducing symptoms of constipation

Mangos found to be more effective in reducing symptoms of constipation

OSU biologist describes 'restoration ecology' approach toward patient health

OSU biologist describes 'restoration ecology' approach toward patient health

FAU researchers show that fiber-rich diet has positive effect on inflammatory joint diseases

FAU researchers show that fiber-rich diet has positive effect on inflammatory joint diseases

Scientists uncover how good bacteria regulate genes

Scientists uncover how good bacteria regulate genes

Studies offer evidence that exercise alone can change composition of gut microbes

Studies offer evidence that exercise alone can change composition of gut microbes

Exposure to BPA during pregnancy may lead to long-lasting health problems in offspring

Exposure to BPA during pregnancy may lead to long-lasting health problems in offspring

Black tea may promote weight loss and offer other health benefits

Black tea may promote weight loss and offer other health benefits

Experts call for greater focus on effective screening methods to help save lives from digestive cancers

Experts call for greater focus on effective screening methods to help save lives from digestive cancers

New research uncovers how dietary fiber helps intestinal cells maintain gut health

New research uncovers how dietary fiber helps intestinal cells maintain gut health

Mango intake exerts beneficial effects in progression and severity of IBD

Mango intake exerts beneficial effects in progression and severity of IBD

Dietary practices get reflected in the genes of Europeans, study reveals

Dietary practices get reflected in the genes of Europeans, study reveals

Mice study provides clues to how genetic variations in gut microbes influence metabolic disease

Mice study provides clues to how genetic variations in gut microbes influence metabolic disease

Consuming whole grains has modest effects on gut microbiota and immune response, study finds

Consuming whole grains has modest effects on gut microbiota and immune response, study finds

Food: the good, the bad and the ugly

Food: the good, the bad and the ugly

New review examines potential health benefits of resistant starch

New review examines potential health benefits of resistant starch

High-fiber diet may inhibit gout-related inflammation

High-fiber diet may inhibit gout-related inflammation

BBI Solutions announces launch of Porcine Liver Esterase enzyme for Urinalysis

BBI Solutions announces launch of Porcine Liver Esterase enzyme for Urinalysis

New research provides insights into how gut microbes drive host gene expression

New research provides insights into how gut microbes drive host gene expression

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