Identification of Intestinal Bacteria Protective against

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Clostridium difficile associate disease (CDAD) is a major growing public health problem. The growth of C. difficile bacteria in the colon is thought to be inhibited by normal constituents of the mutualist bacteria flora. Therefore, the major trigger fo
Effective start/end date1/1/1112/31/13


  • NIH Nat'l Inst of Allergy & Infect Dis


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