Vaccines and Other Approaches to the Prevention of Intractable Infant Diarrhea by the Prevention of Intestinal Colonization*

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In developing preventive measures and treatments for intractable infant diarrhea, one must first have an understanding of the etiology of these diseases. It is a reasonable hypothesis, although one not yet proven, that these illnesses are induced by the establishment of chronic colonization of the small intestine by enteric bacterial pathogens and that this… (More)

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@inproceedings{Boedeker2006VaccinesAO, title={Vaccines and Other Approaches to the Prevention of Intractable Infant Diarrhea by the Prevention of Intestinal Colonization*}, author={Edgar C. Boedeker}, year={2006} }