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Published in Diabetes

Journal Scan / Research · September 27, 2018

Differences in Gut Microbiota Composition and Functionality Among Children With Type 1 and MODY2

Diabetes Care

 

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Diabetes Care
Gut Microbiota Differs in Composition and Functionality Between Children With Type 1 Diabetes, MODY2, and Healthy Control Subjects: A Case-Control Study
Diabetes Care 2018 Sep 17;[EPub Ahead of Print], I Leiva-Gea, L Sánchez-Alcoholado, B Martín-Tejedor, D Castellano-Castillo, I Moreno-Indias, AU Cardona, FJ Tinahones, JC Fernández-García, MI Queipo-Ortuño

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