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Logan IE, Bobe G, Miranda CL, Vasquez-Perez S, Choi J, Lowry MB, Sharpton TJ, Morgun A, Maier CS, Stevens JF et al..  2020.  Germ-Free Swiss Webster Mice on a High-Fat Diet Develop Obesity, Hyperglycemia, and Dyslipidemia.. Microorganisms. 8(4)
Logan IE, Bobe G, Miranda CL, Vasquez-Perez S, Choi J, Lowry MB, Sharpton TJ, Morgun A, Maier CS, Stevens JF et al..  2020.  Germ-Free Swiss Webster Mice on a High-Fat Diet Develop Obesity, Hyperglycemia, and Dyslipidemia.. Microorganisms. 8(4)
Zhang Y, Bobe G, Revel JS, Rodrigues RR, Sharpton TJ, Fantacone ML, Raslan K, Miranda CL, Lowry MB, Blakemore PR et al..  2020.  Improvements in Metabolic Syndrome by Xanthohumol Derivatives Are Linked to Altered Gut Microbiota and Bile Acid Metabolism.. Mol Nutr Food Res. 64(1):e1900789.
Zhang Y, Bobe G, Revel JS, Rodrigues RR, Sharpton TJ, Fantacone ML, Raslan K, Miranda CL, Lowry MB, Blakemore PR et al..  2020.  Improvements in Metabolic Syndrome by Xanthohumol Derivatives Are Linked to Altered Gut Microbiota and Bile Acid Metabolism.. Mol Nutr Food Res. 64(1):e1900789.
Gaulke CA, Rolshoven J, Wong CP, Hudson LG, Ho E, Sharpton TJ.  2018.  Marginal Zinc Deficiency and Environmentally Relevant Concentrations of Arsenic Elicit Combined Effects on the Gut Microbiome.. mSphere. 3(6)
Mendez RL, Miranda C, Armour CR, Sharpton TJ, Stevens JFrederik, Kwon JYeon.  2020.  Supplementation with Sea Vegetables and Exerts Metabolic Benefits in Diet-Induced Obesity in Mice.. Curr Dev Nutr. 4(5):nzaa072.