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A metabolomic view of how the human gut microbiota impacts the host metabolome using humanized and gnotobiotic mice

A Marcobal, P C Kashyap, T A Nelson, P A Aronov, M S Donia, A Spormann, M A Fischbach and J L Sonnenburg

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Humanized (HUM) mice fecal and urine metabolomes are distinct from those of conventional mice. (a, b) Principal component analysis (PCA) plot of fecal (a) and urine (b) metabolome from germ-free (GF, pre-humanization), conventional (CN) and HUM mice. (c, d) Hierarchical clustering of the fecal (c) and urine (d) metabolome from GF, CN and HUM mice samples.

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