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TitleDiet influences the composition and diversity of mucosa-associated microbiota along the longitudinal axis of the pig gastrointestinal tract.
Study TypeOther
Abstract Mucosa-associated microbial populations of the gastrointestinal tract occupy a unique position allowing intimate contact with host epithelial cells lining the gastrointestinal tract. This proximity gives these populations a much higher potential, than the luminal microbiota, in exerting effects on .. [more]
Description Mucosa-associated microbial populations of the gastrointestinal tract occupy a unique position allowing intimate contact with host epithelial cells lining the gastrointestinal tract. This proximity gives these populations a much higher potential, than the luminal microbiota, in exerting effects on .. [more]
Center NameUniversity of Liverpool