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Obesity    Gut Microbiome of Indonesian Adults Associated with Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes: A Cross-Sectional Study in an Asian City, Yogyakarta.
Microorganisms (Microorganisms ) Vol: 9 Issue 5 Pages:
Pub: 2021 Apr 22 Epub: 2021 Apr 22 Authors Therdtatha P , Song Y , Tanaka M , Mariyatun M , Almunifah M , Manurung NEP , Indriarsih S , Lu Y , Nagata K , Fukami K , Ikeda T , Lee YK , Rahayu ES , Nakayama J ,
Obesity    Navy Bean Supplementation in Established High-Fat Diet-Induced Obesity Attenuates the Severity of the Obese Inflammatory Phenotype.
Nutrients (Nutrients ) Vol: 13 Issue 3 Pages:
Pub: 2021 Feb 26 Epub: 2021 Feb 26 Authors Monk JM , Wu W , Lepp D , Pauls KP , Robinson LE , Power KA ,
Obesity    The role of the gut microbiota on the metabolic status of obese children.
Microbial cell factories (Microb Cell Fact ) Vol: 20 Issue 1 Pages: 53
Pub: 2021 Feb 27 Epub: 2021 Feb 27 Authors Yuan X , Chen R , McCormick KL , Zhang Y , Lin X , Yang X ,
Obesity    The role of the gut microbiota on the metabolic status of obese children.
Microbial cell factories (Microb Cell Fact ) Vol: 20 Issue 1 Pages: 53
Pub: 2021 Feb 27 Epub: 2021 Feb 27 Authors Yuan X , Chen R , McCormick KL , Zhang Y , Lin X , Yang X ,
Obesity    Ethnic variability associating gut and oral microbiome with obesity in children.
Gut microbes (Gut Microbes ) Vol: 13 Issue 1 Pages: 1-15
Pub: 2021 Jan-Dec Epub: Authors Balakrishnan B , Selvaraju V , Chen J , Ayine P , Yang L , Ramesh Babu J , Geetha T , Taneja V ,

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