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BACKGROUND Crohn's disease is an inflammatory illness in which the immune response against gut microorganisms is believed to drive an abnormal immune response. Consequently, modification of mucosal(More)
Fluorescence in situ hybridization was used to quantitate bacteria growing in a three-stage continuous culture system inoculated with human faeces, operated at two system retention times (60 and 20(More)
BACKGROUND Ageing can result in major changes in the composition and metabolic activities of bacterial populations in the large gut and an impaired immune system. AIM To investigate the effects of(More)