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Table 9 Top 10 references ranked by centrality

From: Emerging trends and hotspot in gut–lung axis research from 2011 to 2021: a bibliometrics analysis

Author Frequency Year of publication Journal Title Focus
Hilty M [21] 0.35 2010 Plos One Disordered microbial communities in asthmatic airways Dysbacteriosis of respiratory tract, asthmatic airways
Mairi C Noverr [29] 0.34 2005 Infection and Immunity Development of allergic airway disease in mice following antibiotic therapy and fungal microbiota increase: role of host genetics, antigen, and interleukin-13 Antibiotic therapy, allergic airway, interleukin-13
Alison Morris [30] 0.32 2013 American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine Comparison of the respiratory microbiome in healthy nonsmokers and smokers Differences of respiratory tract microbiome
Paul Forsythe [31] 0.32 2007 American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine Oral Treatment with Live Lactobacillus reuteri Inhibits the Allergic Airway Response in Mice Probiotics, allergic airway
Emily S Charlson [24] 0.22 2011 American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine Topographical continuity of bacterial populations in the healthy human respiratory tract Distribution of microorganisms in lung
Torsten Olszak [32] 0.21 2012 Science Microbial exposure during early life has persistent effects on natural killer T cell function Microbial exposure during early life, natural killer T cells
Christine M Bassis [33] 0.18 2015 mBio Analysis of the upper respiratory tract microbiotas as the source of the lung and gastric microbiotas in healthy individuals Source of respiratory tract microorganism
Trompette A [19] 0.17 2014 Nature Medicine Gut microbiota metabolism of dietary fiber influences allergic airway disease and hematopoiesis Fiber diet, bacterial metabolites, allergic airway
Jian Wang [34] 016 2014 Journal of Experimental Medicine Respiratory influenza virus infection induces intestinal immune injury via microbiota-mediated Th17 cell-dependent inflammation Influenza virus infection, Th17, intestinal immune injury
Rebecca L Brown [35] 0.15 2017 Rebecca L Brown The microbiota protects against respiratory infection via GM-CSF signaling Microbiota, GM-CSF signal, respiratory tract infection