Macronutrient absorption characteristics in humans with short bowel syndrome and jejunocolonic anastomosis: Starch is the most important carbohydrate substrate, although pectin supplementation may modestly enhance short chain fatty acid production and fluid absorption

Antwan Atia, Fernand Girard-Pipau, Xavier Hébuterne, William G. Spies, Antonella Guardiola, Chul W. Ahn, Jon Fryer, Xue Fengtian Xue, Meena Rammohan, Mariquita Sumague, Klaus Englyst, Alan L. Buchman

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