Changes in microbiome during and after travellers' diarrhea: what we know and what we do not.

Abstract

The study of bacterial pathogens has advanced from culture on plates to basic biochemical studies; to sequencing reference genomes and attempting to ascribe those qualities to the whole species; to evaluating complete communities based on the universal marker of the 16S rRNA gene; to now sequencing all available nucleic acids in any sample to characterize… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/jtm/tax017

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@article{Rasko2017ChangesIM, title={Changes in microbiome during and after travellers' diarrhea: what we know and what we do not.}, author={David A. Rasko}, journal={Journal of travel medicine}, year={2017}, volume={24 suppl_1}, pages={S52-S56} }