Dynamics and diversity of the 'Atopobium cluster' in the human faecal microbiota, and phenotypic characterization of 'Atopobium cluster' isolates.

@article{Thorasin2015DynamicsAD,
  title={Dynamics and diversity of the 'Atopobium cluster' in the human faecal microbiota, and phenotypic characterization of 'Atopobium cluster' isolates.},
  author={Thanikan Thorasin and Lesley Hoyles and Anne L. McCartney},
  journal={Microbiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={161 Pt 3},
  pages={
          565-79
        }
}
This study monitored the dynamics and diversity of the human faecal 'Atopobium cluster' over a 3-month period using a polyphasic approach. Fresh faecal samples were collected fortnightly from 13 healthy donors (six males and seven females) aged between 26 and 61 years. FISH was used to enumerate total (EUB338mix) and 'Atopobium cluster' (ATO291) bacteria, with counts ranging between 1.12×10(11) and 9.95×10(11), and 1.03×10(9) and 1.16×10(11) cells (g dry weight faeces)(-1), respectively. The… CONTINUE READING
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