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Wheat-derived arabinoxylan oligosaccharides with prebiotic effect increase satietogenic gut peptides and reduce metabolic endotoxemia in diet-induced obese mice

By A M Neyrinck, V F Van Hée, N Piront, F De Backer, O Toussaint, P D Cani and N M Delzenne
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Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
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