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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.
A new study shows that interactions with the resident gut microbiota could suppress the proliferation and antibiotic-resistance evolution of superbugs.
A new study, published in Nature Medicine, suggests that changes to the microbial community in the gut could influence nutrient metabolism.
A new study (The Lancet Respiratory Medicine) suggests that the decrease in the incidence of childhood asthma is a consequence of reduced antibiotic use.
Researchers developed an algorithm that revealed dozens of previously unknown compounds in the human gut.
The recovery of the gut microbiota after antibiotic treatment depends on the host’s diet and on environmental factors, a study published in Cell Host & Microbes claims.
Diet could be an important determinant of antibiotic-induced disruption of the gut microbiota, a study published in Cell Metabolism claims.
Antibiotics given to mothers during childbirth could alter the infants’ gut microbiota, a new study published in Scientific Reports finds.
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