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    The importance of individual beliefs in assessing treatment efficacy

    Luisa Fassi, Shachar Hochman ... Roi Cohen Kadosh
    Participants' subjective beliefs about the treatment received in an intervention study can explain variability in mental health symptoms and cognition.
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    Intermittent fasting promotes type 3 innate lymphoid cells secreting IL-22 contributing to the beigeing of white adipose tissue

    Hong Chen, Lijun Sun ... Yue Yin
    Intermittent fasting affects intestinal immunity through new interactions between macrophages and ILC3s, increasing ILC3 secretion of IL-22 and thus promoting white adipose tissue beigeing, and improving metabolism.
    1. Medicine
    2. Neuroscience

    A latent clinical-anatomical dimension relating metabolic syndrome to brain structure and cognition

    Marvin Petersen, Felix Hoffstaedter ... Bastian Cheng
    Structural neuroimaging of 40,087 individuals identifies a distinct brain morphological profile associated with metabolic syndrome, linking cardiometabolic risk to cognitive performance, microscale tissue composition, and macroscale brain network architecture.
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    Hammerhead-type FXR agonists induce an eRNA FincoR that ameliorates nonalcoholic steatohepatitis in mice

    Jinjing Chen, Ruoyu Wang ... Jongsook Kim Kemper
    1. Cancer Biology
    2. Medicine

    Open-top Bessel beam two-photon light sheet microscopy for three-dimensional pathology

    Won Yeong Park, Jieun Yun ... Ki Hean Kim
    Open-top Bessel beam two-photon light sheet microscopy have the potential for rapid and accurate nondestructive pathology by visualizing 3D histological information.
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    2. Microbiology and Infectious Disease

    Gut microbiota-derived gamma-aminobutyric acid from metformin treatment reduces hepatic ischemia/reperfusion injury through inhibiting ferroptosis

    Fangyan Wang, Xiujie Liu ... Wantie Wang
    Gut microbiota-derived gamma-aminobutyric acid is identified as a key metabolite that metformin protect from hepatic ischemia/reperfusion injury.