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Microbes' Role in Nutrition and Immunity
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Microbes' Role in Nutrition and Immunity

>>"The importance of the microflora was shown when surgical teams at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC performed non-sterile transplants, where the intestinal microflora in the donor's intestine was not killed off with Antibiotics . All these non-sterile gut transplants were far less likely to become infected or rejected."<<




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