Effetti della restrizione calorica e della terapia orale con vancomicina sul microbiota intestinale e sull’assorbimento dei nutrienti

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Ceccarini, G., Santini, F. Effetti della restrizione calorica e della terapia orale con vancomicina sul microbiota intestinale e sull’assorbimento dei nutrienti. L'Endocrinologo 22, 87–88 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40619-021-00827-2

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