Neurogastroenterology: Improving glucose tolerance via the gut–brain axis

Abstract

neurons via bioactive peptides present in the gut lumen. In addition, we discovered a new mode of communication between the gut and the brain (mechanical contraction) to control glycaemia,” summarize Knauf and Cani. “We aim to find potential novel molecular actors (peptides, nutrients or others) present in the lumen able to modulate ENS activity. We hope… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nrgastro.2015.204

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@article{Weber2016NeurogastroenterologyIG, title={Neurogastroenterology: Improving glucose tolerance via the gut–brain axis}, author={Christine E. Weber}, journal={Nature Reviews Gastroenterology &Hepatology}, year={2016}, volume={13}, pages={4-4} }