Enteric salmonellosis disrupts the microbial ecology of the murine gastrointestinal tract.

@article{Barman2008EntericSD,
  title={Enteric salmonellosis disrupts the microbial ecology of the murine gastrointestinal tract.},
  author={Melissa Barman and David Unold and Kathleen Shifley and Elad Amir and Kueichun Hung and Nicolaas A. Bos and Nita H. Salzman},
  journal={Infection and immunity},
  year={2008},
  volume={76 3},
  pages={907-15}
}
The commensal microbiota protects the murine host from enteric pathogens. Nevertheless, specific pathogens are able to colonize the intestinal tract and invade, despite the presence of an intact biota. Possibly, effective pathogens disrupt the indigenous microbiota, either directly through pathogen-commensal interaction, indirectly via the host mucosal immune response to the pathogen, or by a combination of these factors. This study investigates the effect of peroral Salmonella enterica serovar… CONTINUE READING
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