Corpus ID: 583097

!Comprehensive Stool Analysis

@inproceedings{2010ComprehensiveSA,
  title={!Comprehensive Stool Analysis},
  author={},
  year={2010}
}
  • Published 2010
  • 0001793 Expected /Beneficial bacteria make up a significant portion of the total microflora in a healthy & balanced GI tract. These beneficial bacteria have many health-protecting effects in the GI tract including manufacturing vitamins, fermenting fibers, digesting proteins and carbohydrates, and propagating antitumor and anti-inflammatory factors. Clostridia are prevalent flora in a healthy intestine. Clostridium spp. should be considered in the context of balance with other expected… CONTINUE READING

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