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Interest of chitin-glucan of fungal origin in the control of metabolic alterations inducedby fat diet in mice: involvement of intestinal microbiota

(2010) DIABETES & METABOLISM. 36(1). p.A105-A105
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Chicago
Neyrinck, A, Sam Possemiers, Willy Verstraete, F de Backer, P Cani, and N Delzenne. 2010. “Interest of Chitin-glucan of Fungal Origin in the Control of Metabolic Alterations Inducedby Fat Diet in Mice: Involvement of Intestinal Microbiota.” In Diabetes & Metabolism, 36:A105–A105.
APA
Neyrinck, A., Possemiers, S., Verstraete, W., de Backer, F., Cani, P., & Delzenne, N. (2010). Interest of chitin-glucan of fungal origin in the control of metabolic alterations inducedby fat diet in mice: involvement of intestinal microbiota. DIABETES & METABOLISM (Vol. 36, pp. A105–A105). Presented at the Annual French-speaking conference on Diabetology (SFD 2010).
Vancouver
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Neyrinck A, Possemiers S, Verstraete W, de Backer F, Cani P, Delzenne N. Interest of chitin-glucan of fungal origin in the control of metabolic alterations inducedby fat diet in mice: involvement of intestinal microbiota. DIABETES & METABOLISM. 2010. p. A105–A105.
MLA
Neyrinck, A, Sam Possemiers, Willy Verstraete, et al. “Interest of Chitin-glucan of Fungal Origin in the Control of Metabolic Alterations Inducedby Fat Diet in Mice: Involvement of Intestinal Microbiota.” Diabetes & Metabolism. Vol. 36. 2010. A105–A105. Print.
@inproceedings{1107075,
  author       = {Neyrinck, A and Possemiers, Sam and Verstraete, Willy and de Backer, F and Cani, P and Delzenne, N},
  booktitle    = {DIABETES \& METABOLISM},
  issn         = {1262-3636},
  language     = {fre},
  location     = {Lille, France},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {A105--A105},
  title        = {Interest of chitin-glucan of fungal origin in the control of metabolic alterations inducedby fat diet in mice: involvement of intestinal microbiota},
  volume       = {36},
  year         = {2010},
}

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