Nasal microenvironments and interspecific interactions influence nasal microbiota complexity and S. aureus carriage.

@article{Yan2013NasalMA,
  title={Nasal microenvironments and interspecific interactions influence nasal microbiota complexity and S. aureus carriage.},
  author={Miling Yan and S. J. Pamp and Julia Fukuyama and P. Hwang and Do-Yeon Cho and S. Holmes and D. Relman},
  journal={Cell host \& microbe},
  year={2013},
  volume={14 6},
  pages={
          631-40
        }
}
The indigenous microbiota of the nasal cavity plays important roles in human health and disease. Patterns of spatial variation in microbiota composition may help explain Staphylococcus aureus colonization and reveal interspecies and species-host interactions. To assess the biogeography of the nasal microbiota, we sampled healthy subjects, representing both S. aureus carriers and noncarriers at three nasal sites (anterior naris, middle meatus, and sphenoethmoidal recess). Phylogenetic… Expand
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