Publications using SIP in Food and Nutrition
Weis S, S Schnell, M Egert. 2019.
RNA-Based Stable Isotope Probing (RNA-SIP) in the gut environment.
In: Dumont MG, M Hernández García, eds. Stable Isotope Probing – Methods and Protocols. Methods in Molecular Biology vol. 2046. Humana, New York, NY.
Egert M, S Weis, S Schnell. 2018.
RNA-based stable isotope probing (RNA-SIP) to unravel intestinal host-microbe Interactions.
Methods 149: 25-30.
Herrmann E, W Young, V Reichert-Grimm, S Weis, CU Riedel, D Rosendale, H Stoklosinski, M Hunt, M Egert. 2018.
In vivo assessment of resistant starch degradation by the caecal microbiota of mice using RNA-based Stable Isotope Probing—A proof-of-principle study.
Nutrients 10: 179.
Herrmann E, W Young, D Rosendale, R Conrad, CU Riedel, M Egert. 2017.
Determination of resistant starch assimilating bacteria in fecal samples of mice by in vitro RNA-based Stable Isotope Probing.
Frontiers in Microbiology 8: 1331.
Tannock GW, B Lawley, K Munro, IM Sims, J Lee, CA Butts, N Roy. 2014.
RNA-stable isotope probing (RNA-SIP) shows carbon utilization from inulin by specific bacterial populations in the large bowel of rats.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 80: 2240-2247.
Kovatcheva-Datchary, P. 2010.
Analyzing the functionality of the human Intestinal microbiota by stable isotope probing.
PhD Thesis Wageningen University.
Venema K, AA de Graaf, AJH Maathuis, P Kovatcheva-Datchary, H Smidt. 2010.
Fermentation in the large intestine unravelled using 13C-labelled substrates: implications for obesity and gut health.
In: Van der Kamp JW, Jones J, McCleary B, Topping D, eds. Dietary fibre: new frontiers for food and health: 539-554. Wageningen Acad. Publishers.
Kovatcheva-Datchary P, M Egbert, A Maathuis, M Rajilic-Stojanovic, AA de Graaf, H Smidt, WM de Vos, K Venema. 2009 (Award winning publication).
Linking phylogenetic identities of bacteria to starch fermentation in an in vitro model of the large intestine by RNA-based stable isotope probing. (see Applications)
Environmental Microbiology 11: 914-926.
Kovatcheva-Datchary P, M Egbert, A Maathuis, H Smidt, WM de Vos, K Venema. 2005.
Which bacteria metabolise starch in the human colon.
Poster presentation Biomedicine in the Post-Genomic Era, Dec 1-3, Mexico City.