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The influence of cat ownership on gut microbiota function may affect the health of the owner. A new study published in PlosOne claims.
A new study published in Genome Medicine suggests that international travel poses a high risk by favoring the global spread of antimicrobial resistance.
A new study published in Cell Host & Microbe illustrates how different dispersal strategies can allow bacteria to persist in the human gut.
A high-fat diet is associated with changes in the gut microbiota and microbial metabolites. These changes seem impair antibiotic efficacy.
A new study published in Cell Host & Microbe claims that the infant gut is home to bacteria that harbor hundreds of antibiotic-resistance genes.
The evolutionary history of the human microbiota could help to understand the role of present-day gut microbes in health and disease.
Gut bacteria from people in industrialized countries exchange genes at much higher rates than bacteria from people living in non-industrialized societies.
The microbial communities inhabiting the gut have been shown to change in ways that influence the development of disease through blood metabolites.
A targeted decontamination could be a strategy to control the spreading of carbapenem-resistance plasmids both amoung patients and within patients.
Ebselen may protect from C. difficile-associated tissue damage and bolster recovery of the microbiota after antibiotic treatment.
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