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Enterosynes are signaling molecules produced by intestinal bacteria that act on the enteric nervous system (ENS). Besides contributing to the gut-brain axis via their action on the ENS, these molecules have a variety of interesting biological activities, including the ability to kill cancer cells.
Recent research has shown that enterosynes can also be used to treat other diseases, such as obesity and diabetes. This exciting new discovery could lead to the development of new drugs that treat these diseases.

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