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Increased jejunal permeability in human obesity is revealed by a lipid challenge and is linked to inflammation and type 2 diabetes

Laurent Genser
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Doriane Aguanno
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Hédi Soula
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Liping Dong
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Laurence Trystram
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Karen Assmann
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Joe-Elie Salem
Jean-Christophe Vaillant
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Jean-Michel Oppert
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Fabienne Laugerette
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Marie-Caroline Michalski
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Philippe Wind
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Monique Rousset
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Edith Brot-Laroche
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Armelle Leturque
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Karine Clément
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Christine Poitou
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hal-03973784 , version 1 (01-03-2023)

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Laurent Genser, Doriane Aguanno, Hédi Soula, Liping Dong, Laurence Trystram, et al.. Increased jejunal permeability in human obesity is revealed by a lipid challenge and is linked to inflammation and type 2 diabetes. The Journal of pathology and bacteriology, 2018, 246 (2), pp.217-230. ⟨10.1002/path.5134⟩. ⟨hal-03973784⟩
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