By Arthur C. Ouwehand, Elaine E. Vaughan
This reference provides a finished and present review of each element of gastrointestinal microbiota. Expertly written chapters hide traditional and molecular thoughts for the learn of differing microbial populations, in addition to the research of microbial job and interplay with host our bodies. Illustrative and updated, this resource showcases how fluctuations in our nutrition, surroundings, and pharmaceutical consumption impact microbial composition and behaviour.
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Gastrointestinal Microbiology by Arthur C. Ouwehand, Elaine E. Vaughan