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September 2019

Volume 18Issue 9p1705-1915
Open Access
Differences in proneness to diet-induced obesity correlate with differences in the fecal microbiota proteome. Understanding how the microbiota proteome influences metabolism may yield novel strategies to combat the obesity epidemic. For details, see the article by Tran et al., pages 1864–1879....
Differences in proneness to diet-induced obesity correlate with differences in the fecal microbiota proteome. Understanding how the microbiota proteome influences metabolism may yield novel strategies to combat the obesity epidemic. For details, see the article by Tran et al., pages 1864–1879.

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