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Harnessing the beneficial properties of adipogenic microbes for improving human health

Bibliographic reference Dhurandhar, Nikhil V. ; Geurts, Lucie ; Atkinson, Richard L ; Casteilla, Louis ; Clement, Karine ; et. al. Harnessing the beneficial properties of adipogenic microbes for improving human health. In: Obesity Reviews, Vol. 14, no.9, p. 721-735 (2013)
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