Why does the gut synthesize glucocorticoids?


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KOSTADINOVA, Feodora, Juliane SCHWADERER, Veronica SEBEO, Thomas BRUNNER, 2014. Why does the gut synthesize glucocorticoids?. In: Annals of Medicine. 46(7), pp. 490-497. ISSN 0785-3890. eISSN 1365-2060

@article{Kostadinova2014synth-29100, title={Why does the gut synthesize glucocorticoids?}, year={2014}, doi={10.3109/07853890.2014.932920}, number={7}, volume={46}, issn={0785-3890}, journal={Annals of Medicine}, pages={490--497}, author={Kostadinova, Feodora and Schwaderer, Juliane and Sebeo, Veronica and Brunner, Thomas} }

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