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A growing body of evidence supports the role of the gut microbiota in regulating blood pressure. In their Review, Marques and co-workers describe how the gut microbiota and its metabolites act on downstream cellular targets to influence the pathogenesis of hypertension. Novel strategies to modify the gut microbiota might present a new therapeutic avenue to improve health and prevent disease.
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