Analysis of the gut microbiota structure in quails with hyperuricemia
Received:July 18, 2019  
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DOI:10. 3969 / j.issn.1005-4847. 2020. 01. 003
KeyWord:hyperuricemia; gut microbiota; PCR-DGGE; quail
黄胜男 中国中医科学院广安门医院南区,北京
林志健 北京中医药大学,北京
张冰 北京中医药大学,北京
吕锦涛 北京中医药大学,北京
王如然 中国中医科学院广安门医院南区,北京
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      Objective To investigate the gut microbiota changes in quails with hyperuricemia and provide a reference for the pathological mechanism of hyperuricemia. Methods Difalk quails were randomly divided into the normal and model groups and fed a normal diet or high-purine diet, respectively. DNA fingerprinting of the intestinal flora in the cecal contents of quails was performed using the PCR-DGGE method and digitized to analyze the gut microbiota structure via clustering analysis. Logistic regression was used to discern the different bands, and the genes of the different bands were cloned and identified. The cecal tissue was observed via hematoxylin and eosin staining. Results The gut microbiota structure of the model group quails differed from that of the normal group quails on day 28 of the experiment. The DGGE fingerprint contained 12 bands, belonging to Bacteroidetes, Firmicutes, and Proteobacteria. Inflammatory changes occurred in the cecum. Conclusions The gut microbiota structure is altered in quails with high-purine diet-induced hyperuricemia.
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