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|Is stool frequency associated with the richness and community composition of gut microbiota?|
|Hye Jung Kwon, Jong Hyun Lim, Dongmin Kang, Sanghyun Lim, Seun Ja Park, Jae Hyun Kim|
Intest Res. 2019;17(3):419-426. Published online February 7, 2019
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