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Regulation of appetite and gastrointestinal microflora: role of a fecal anorexigenic substance (FS-T)


Bifidobacteria and Microflora 12(1): 25-30
Regulation of appetite and gastrointestinal microflora: role of a fecal anorexigenic substance (FS-T)
A faecal anorexigenic substance (FS-T), previously shown to be produced by some intestinal microflora, was isolated from faeces of conventional rats and mice. Effect of FS-T on food intake was compared between conventional (CV) and germfree (GF) animals.


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