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Gut fungal dysbiosis: what role in cirrhosis?

The gut mycobiota is believed to be involved in the development of cirrhosis and its complications, and as such should be considered when making therapeutic choices. A bacteria/fungi ratio could even be used as a predictor for the risk of hospitalization.   As their immune system is weake...
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C. difficile infection: studying the role of the virome

Fecal transplant is a known treatment for Clostridium difficile (CD) infections, especially for antibiotic-resistant cases, with a success rate of almost 90%. During the transfer of the fecal microbiota, it is not only the bacterial microbiota from a healthy subject that is implanted in the recipien...
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