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Frontiers
Physiology · Nov. 4th, 2021
Differential Effects of 'Vaping' on Lipid and Glucose Profiles and Liver Metabolic Markers in Obese Versus Non-obese Mice
© Hui Chen, Yik Lung Chan, Andrew E. Thorpe, Carol A. Pollock, Sonia Saad and Brian G. Oliver
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