Clostridium difficile toxins may augment bacterial penetration of intestinal epithelium.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Clostridium difficile can be recovered from many high-risk hospitalized patients receiving broad-spectrum antibiotic therapy. Clostridium difficile toxins A and B have been associated with increased intestinal permeability in vitro and there is growing evidence that increased intestinal permeability may be a common mechanism whereby enteric… (More)

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