MOESM1 of Fecal microbiota and bile acid interactions with systemic and adipose tissue metabolism in diet-induced weight loss of obese postmenopausal women

  • Peter R. Holt (Contributor)
  • Jan L. Breslow (Contributor)
  • Martin J. Blaser (Contributor)
  • Alexandros Pechlivanis (Contributor)
  • José O. Alemán (Contributor)
  • Jeanne M. Walker (Contributor)
  • Jonathan R. Swann (Contributor)
  • Nicholas A. Bokulich (Contributor)
  • Joel Correa Rosa (Contributor)
  • Adele Costabile (Contributor)
  • Yupu Liang (Contributor)
  • Thomas Battaglia (Contributor)



Additional file 1: Table S1. Composition of plasma bile acids detected by LCâ MS. Table S2. Urinary metabolite ratios following VLCD-induced weight loss. Figure S1. Urine metabolomic orthogonal projection to latent structures-discriminant analysis (OPLS-DA) identifying the metabolic variation associated with weight loss.
Date made availableSep 3 2018
Publisherfigshare Academic Research System

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