Differential colonization with segmented filamentous bacteria and Lactobacillus murinus do not drive divergent development of diet-induced obesity in C57BL/6 mice.

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@article{Harley2013DifferentialCW, title={Differential colonization with segmented filamentous bacteria and Lactobacillus murinus do not drive divergent development of diet-induced obesity in C57BL/6 mice.}, author={Isaac T. W. Harley and Daniel Aaron Giles and Paul T Pfluger and Stacey L. Burgess and Stephanie Walters and Jazzminn L. Hembree and Christine Raver and Cheryl L. Rewerts and Jordan Downey and Leah M. Flick and Traci E. Stankiewicz and Jaclyn W. McAlees and Marsha Wills-Karp and R. Balfour Sartor and Senad Divanovic and Matthias H Tsch{\"{o}p and Christopher L . Karp}, journal={Molecular metabolism}, year={2013}, volume={2 3}, pages={171-83} }