Gender and strain dependent differences in intestinal immunology correlate with differences in microbiota composition

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Date made available27 Jun 2018
PublisherWageningen University

Research Output

Sex and strain dependent differences in mucosal immunology and microbiota composition in mice

Elderman, M., Hugenholtz, F., Belzer, C., Boekschoten, M., van Beek, A., de Haan, B., Savelkoul, H., de Vos, P. & Faas, M., 18 Jun 2018, In : Biology of Sex Differences. 9, 26.

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  • 20 Citations (Scopus)

    Datasets

    Gender and strain dependent differences in intestinal immunology correlate with differences in microbiota composition (colon)

    Elderman, M. (Creator), Hugenholtz, F. (Creator), Belzer, C. (Creator), Boekschoten, M. (Creator), van Beek, A. A. (Creator), de Haan, B. J. (Creator), Savelkoul, H. (Creator), de Vos, P. (Creator) & Faas, M. M. (Creator), Wageningen University, 27 Jun 2018

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    Gender and strain dependent differences in intestinal immunology correlate with differences in microbiota composition (ileum)

    Elderman, M. (Creator), Hugenholtz, F. (Creator), Belzer, C. (Creator), Boekschoten, M. (Creator), van Beek, A. A. (Creator), de Haan, B. J. (Creator), Savelkoul, H. (Creator), de Vos, P. (Creator) & Faas, M. M. (Creator), Wageningen University, 27 Jun 2018

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    Hooiveld, G. J. E. J. (Creator) (27 Jun 2018). Gender and strain dependent differences in intestinal immunology correlate with differences in microbiota composition. Wageningen University.