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Diet and Gastrointestinal Bypass–Induced Weight Loss: The Roles of Ghrelin and Peptide YY

By Keval Chandarana, Cigdem Gelegen, Efthimia Karra, Agharul I. Choudhury, Megan E. Drew, Veronique Fauveau, Benoit Viollet, Fabrizio Andreelli, Dominic J. Withers and Rachel L. Batterham
Topics: Obesity Studies
Publisher: American Diabetes Association
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