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Periodic 48 h feed withdrawal improves glucose tolerance in growing pigs by enhancing adipogenesis and lipogenesis

By Priya S Mir, Mao L He, Gregory Travis, Toby Entz, Tim McAllister, Sigrid Marchand, Al Schaefer, Jon Meadus, Pierre Lepage, Erasmus Okine and Michael V Dodson
Topics: Review
Publisher: BioMed Central
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