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The presence of Gardnerella in the cervicovaginal microbiota of women with high-risk oncogenic papillomavirus may indicate an increase in microbial diversity and predict progression towards precancerous lesions. The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infe...
The lactobacilli composition of the vaginal microbiota seems to have an impact on the risk of developing candidiasis, since the species that produce the most lactic acid inhibit yeast growth. The vaginal microbiota is a changing and well characterized microbial ecosystem. It is divided ...
The bacterial composition of the vaginal microbiota could be correlated to the risk of premature delivery. In this respect, women of African descent seem to be more at risk. The search for specific biomarkers could allow us to better anticipate and prevent such incidents. With around 15...