Intestinal microbial communities associated with acute enteric infections and disease recovery

  title={Intestinal microbial communities associated with acute enteric infections and disease recovery},
  author={Pallavi Singh and Tracy K. Teal and Terence Marsh and James M. Tiedje and Rebekah E. Mosci and Katherine A. Jernigan and Angela Zell and Duane W Newton and Hossein Salimnia and Paul R. Lephart and Daniel R Sundin and Walid T. Khalife and Robert A Britton and James T. Rudrik and Shannon D. Manning},
BACKGROUND The intestinal microbiome represents a complex network of microbes that are important for human health and preventing pathogen invasion. Studies that examine differences in intestinal microbial communities across individuals with and without enteric infections are useful for identifying microbes that support or impede intestinal health. RESULTS 16S rRNA gene sequencing was conducted on stool DNA from patients with enteric infections (n = 200) and 75 healthy family members to… CONTINUE READING
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