Cerebellum Plays Crucial Role in Metabolizing Alcohol in Mice
Cerebellum Plays Crucial Role in Metabolizing Alcohol in Mice
The researchers say these findings challenge dogma in the field, which has given the liver all credit for metabolizing alcohol.
Cerebellum Plays Crucial Role in Metabolizing Alcohol in Mice
Cerebellum Plays Crucial Role in Metabolizing Alcohol in Mice

The researchers say these findings challenge dogma in the field, which has given the liver all credit for metabolizing alcohol.

The researchers say these findings challenge dogma in the field, which has given the liver all credit for metabolizing alcohol.

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Gut Microbiota–Obesity Link Clarified
Gut Microbiota–Obesity Link Clarified
Catherine Offord | Jun 9, 2016
Changes in diet can cause gut microbes to produce acetate, which in turn stimulates insulin secretion and obesity in rodents, scientists show.
Another Way Fiber Is Filling
Another Way Fiber Is Filling
Tracy Vence | Apr 29, 2014
Acetate, a short-chain fatty acid released following the fermentation of dietary fiber in the gut, accumulates in the brain and can affect appetite in mice.
Probiotic Protection
Richard P. Grant | Jul 1, 2011
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