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Isomerization of butyrate to isobutyrate by Desulforhabdus amnigenus

The microbiology of butyrate formation in the human colon

Colonic epithelial cell activation and the paradoxical effects of butyrate

Dietary calcium phosphate content and oat β-glucan influence gastrointestinal microbiota, butyrate-producing bacteria and butyrate fermentation in weaned pigs

Evidence for syntrophic butyrate metabolism under sulfate-reducing conditions in a hydrocarbon-contaminated aquifer

Kinetic modelling of lactate utilization and butyrate production by key human colonic bacterial species

Diversity, metabolism and microbial ecology of butyrate-producing bacteria from the human large intestine

Organization of butyrate synthetic genes in human colonic bacteria: phylogenetic conservation and horizontal gene transfer

Prebiotic stimulation of human colonic butyrate-producing bacteria and bifidobacteria, in vitro

Butyrate suppresses mRNA increase of osteopontin and cyclooxygenase-2 in human colon tumor tissue

Structural Analysis and Quantitative Determination of Clevidipine Butyrate Impurities Using an Advanced RP-HPLC Method

Butyrate delivered by butyrylated starch increases distal colonic epithelial apoptosis in carcinogen-treated rats

Sodium butyrate ameliorates phenotypic expression in a transgenic mouse model of spinal and bulbar muscular atrophy

Depletion of glutamine enhances sodium butyrate-induced erythroid differentiation of K562 cells

Sodium butyrate inhibits pathogenic yeast growth and enhances the functions of macrophages

Blocking the butyrate-formation pathway impairs hydrogen production in Clostridium perfringens

P752. A reduction of the butyrate-producing microbiota in Asian patients with ulcerative colitis

PS132. Title: Possible additional antidepressant-like mechanism of sodium butyrate: Targeting the hippocampus

 

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1trivial and preferred name for butanoate; the anion CH3−[CH2]2−COO, derived from butyric acid (butanoic acid), a saturated, unbranched, aliphatic acid.

2 any mixture of free butyric acid and its anion.

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