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Regmi et al., 2011. J. Nutr., 141 (7):1273-80

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Regmi, P. R.; Metzler-Zebeli, B. U.; Gänzle, M. G.; van Kempen, T. A.; Zijlstra, R. T., 2011. Starch with high amylose content and low in vitro digestibility increases intestinal nutrient flow and microbial fermentation and selectively promotes bifidobacteria in pigs. J. Nutr., 141 (7):1273-80
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Regmi et al., 2011