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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...
A catalog of all vaginal bacterial species and their gene function is now available. This public resource will facilitate the work of researchers and provide a better understanding of the role played by vaginal microorganisms in women’s health. By 2003, the complete human genome had bee...
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 ...