Isoflavonoid glucosides are deconjugated and absorbed in the small intestine of human subjects with ileostomies

Kelly R. Walsh, Sara J. Haak, Torsten Bohn, Qingguo Tian, Steven J. Schwartz, Mark L. Failla*

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