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Prevotella timonensis

A species of obligately anaerobic, non-pigmented, non-spore-forming, non-motile, Gram-negative straight rod-shaped bacteria in the family… Expand
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2020
2020
Diets including red meat and other animal-sourced foods may increase proteolytic fermentation and microbial-generated… Expand
2020
2020
Massilistercora timonensis gen. nov., sp. nov. strain Marseille-P3756T is a new species of the phylum Firmicutes; it was isolated… Expand
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2020
2020
Dysbiosis of the vaginal microbiome as a result of overgrowth of anaerobic bacteria leads to bacterial vaginosis (BV) which is… Expand
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2019
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2019
BACKGROUND.L-Carnitine, an abundant nutrient in red meat, accelerates atherosclerosis in mice via gut microbiota–dependent… Expand
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2019
2019
As part of the culturomics project aiming at describing the human microbiota, we report in this study the description of the new… Expand
2016
2016
The exploration of the human microbiome was recently revolutionized by microbial culturomics and taxonogenomics. Thanks to this… Expand
2016
2016
We propose a new species, Christensenella timonensis, strain Marseille-P2437T (CSUR P2437T), which was isolated from gut… Expand
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2016
2016
We describe here the main characteristics of “Prevotellamassilia timonensis” gen. nov., sp. nov., strain Marseille-P2831T (CSUR… Expand
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2016
2016
We report the main characteristics of a new bacterium, “Massiliomicrobiota timonensis” strain SN16 (= CSUR P2264), which was… Expand
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2007
2007
Gram-negative anaerobic rods were isolated from a human breast abscess. Based on genotypic and phenotypic characteristics, the… Expand
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