Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis
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Potential New Treatments For Bowel Diseases With The Reshaping Of The Gut Microbiome - QualityPoint Technologies
qualitypointtech.net — “Home to a diverse range of microorganisms, a healthy human body contains at least tenfold more bacteria cells than human cells. The most abundant and diverse microbial community resides in the intestine, and changes to the gut microbiota are linked with diseases such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease. In a report published online in Genome Research, researchers have analyzed the long-term effects of gut bacterial transplantation in rats, revealing crucial insight that will aid in the dev” View full resource at qualitypointtech.net
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