Dietary fiber intake and fecal short chain fatty acid concentrations are associated with lower plasma lipopolysaccharide-binding protein and inflammation

Melisa A. Bailey, Sharon V. Thompson, Annemarie R. Mysonhimer, Jessica N. Bennett, James J. Vanhie, Michael De Lisio, Nicholas A. Burd, Naiman A. Khan, Hannah D. Holscher

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