The relative proportion of bacterially-produced short chain fatty acids (SCFA) differed significantly between stool of healthy adults and individuals with CRC.
figureposted on 06.08.2013, 02:45 by Tiffany L. Weir, Daniel K. Manter, Amy M. Sheflin, Brittany A. Barnett, Adam L. Heuberger, Elizabeth P. Ryan
Acetic acid, valeric acid, isobutyric acid, and isovaleric acid concentrations were proportionately higher while the anti-proliferative SCFA, butyric acid was significantly lower.
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