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Metabolism in mind: New insights into the 'gut-brain axis' spur commercial efforts to target it

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Khamsi, R. Metabolism in mind: New insights into the 'gut-brain axis' spur commercial efforts to target it. Nat Med 22, 697–700 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1038/nm0716-697

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