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Dissemination

Publications and dissemination from the project

Peer-reviewed scientific papers:

Ingerslev, A. K., P. K. Theil, M. S. Hedemann, H. N. Lærke, K. E. Bach Knudsen (2014). Resistant starch and arabinoxylan augments short-chain fatty acids absorption, but affect postprandial glucose and insulin responses differently. Br. J. Nutr. 111, 1564-1576.


Nielsen, T. S., H. N. Lærke, P. K. Theil, J. F. Sørensen, M. Saarinen, S. Forssten, K. E. Bach Knudsen (2014). Diets high in resistant starch and arabinoxylan modulate digestion processes and SCFA pool size in the large intestine and faecal microbial composition in pigs. Br. J. Nutr. 112, 1837-1849.

 

Theses

Rydtoft, S. M. (2012). Effects of dietary fibre on glucose and insulin responses in pigs. B.Sc. thesis, Faculty of Science of Technology Aarhus University.

Nielsen, D. S. G. (2013). Colonic health in humans - in vitro effects of fermentation products on epithelial integrity parameters obtained by cellular- and transcriptome analysis. M.Sc. thesis, Faculty of Science of Technology Aarhus University.

Dahl, R. C. (2013): Establishment of an adipocyte cell-based model to investigate the effect of short-chain fatty acids, especially butyrate, on insulin sensitivity and glucose homeostasis in fat tissue. M.Sc. thesis, Faculty of Science of Technology Aarhus University.

Vangsøe, C. T. (2014). In vitro starch digestion kinetics of diets varying in resistant starch and arabinoxylan compared with in vivo portal appearance of glucose in pigs. B.Sc. thesis, Faculty of Science of Technology Aarhus University.

Ingerslev, Anne Krog (2015). The impact of short-chain fatty acids on metabolic responses - Studies in pigs fed diets with contrasting sources and levels of dietary fibres. 

Posters

Nielsen, T.S., P. K.Theil, H. N. Lærke and K. E. Bach Knudsen (2013). Prebiotics, butyrate production and colonic health – a model experiment with pigs. 8. Danish Conference on Biotechnology and Molecular Biology. Food Biotechnology and Nutrigenomics, May 30 – 31, 2013, Hotel Munkebjerg, Vejle.

Ingerslev, A. K., P. K. Theil, M. S. Hedemann, H. N. Lærke and K. E. Bach Knudsen (2013). Effects of feeding pigs different types of dietary fibres on net portal flux and hepatic extraction of insulin, SCFA and glucose. 2nd International Congress of Integrative Approaches in Nutrition Research, Clermont-Ferrand, France, March 2013.

Hald, S., A. Dige, S. Stoy, A. G. Schioldan, M. Bendix, S. Gregersen, K. Hermansen, K. E. Bach Knudsen, J. Agnholt and J. F. Dahlerup (2013). Dietary intervention with a diet rich in arabinoxylan and resistant starch modulates t-cell activation estimated by cd25 expression in metabolic syndrome. United European Gastroenterology Week, October 2013 and on Danish Society for Gastroenterology and Hepatology annual meeting, September 2013.

Hald S, Dige A, Theil PK, Bach Knudsen KE, Agnholt J, Dahlerup JF (2014). A diet rich in arabinoxylan and resistant starch increases colonic butyrate concentration and occludin expression in subjects with metabolic syndrome. Danish Society of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, September 5th 2014.

 

Other relevant publications:

Theil, PK, Jørgensen, H, Serena, A, Hendrickson, J & Bach Knudsen, KE (2011). Products deriving from microbial fermentation are linked to insulinaemic response in pigs fed breads prepared from whole-wheat grain and wheat and rye ingredients, British Journal of Nutrition, 105, s. 373-383.

Bach Knudsen, KE & Lærke, HN (2010) Rye Arabinoxylans: Molecular Structure, Physicochemical Properties and Physiological Effects in the Gastrointestinal Tract, Cereal Chemistry, vol. 87, nr. 4, s. 353-362.

LeGall, M, Serena, A, Jørgensen, H, Theil, PK & Bach Knudsen, KE (2009). The role of whole-wheat grain and wheat and rye ingredients on the digestion and fermentation processes in the gut - a model experiment with pigs, British Journal of Nutrition, vol. 102, s. 1590-1600.

Bach Knudsen, KE & Lærke, HN (2008). Whole grain cereals and gut health, Agro Food Industry Hi-Tech, vol. 19, nr. 2, Suppl.S, s. 6-8.

Bach Knudsen, K.E., Serena, A, Kjær, A. K. B., Jørgensen, H. and Engberg, R. (2005). Rye bread enhances the production and plasma concentrations of butyrate but does not affect plasma concentrations of glucose and insulin in pigs. Journal of Nutrition 135: 1696-1704.

Bach Knudsen, K. E. (2005). Effect of dietary non-digestible carbohydrates on the rate of SCFA delivery to peripheral tissues. Foods Food Ingredients Journal Japan 210 1008-1017.

Bach Knudsen, K.E., Serena A., Canibe N. and Juntunen K.S. (2003). New insight into butyrate metabolism. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 62, 81-86.