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Gut microbiota helps to maintain core body temperature under cold exposure.

It is known that microbiota, microorganisms which live in and on the host, are crucial to the regulation and balance of human and animal health.  A relationship between gut microbiota and the host metabolic homeostasis has long been explored, with brown adipose tissue (BAT) shown to maintain host core body temperature during cold exposure. However, the potential impact of gut

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