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Antibiotics Can Cause Pervasive, Persistant Changes to Microbiota in Human Gut


November 18, 2008

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Using a novel technique developed by Mitchell Sogin of the Marine Biological Laboratory to identify different types of bacteria, scientists have completed the most precise survey to date of how microbial communities in the human gut respond to antibiotic treatment.Full Story

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