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Clostridium difficile is a type of bacterium found in human and animal waste. Clostridium difficile is a common cause of diarrhea that occurs in hospitals. It can also cause diarrhea or other intestinal disorders in patients treated with antibiotics.
Study Uncovers Genes in Gut Microbe That Play Key Role in Early Colonization After Fecal Microbe Transplant

Study Uncovers Genes in Gut Microbe That Play Key Role in Early Colonization After Fecal Microbe Transplant

Microbiome therapeutic linked to quality of life improvement in patients with recurrent C. diff infection

Microbiome therapeutic linked to quality of life improvement in patients with recurrent C. diff infection

Microbiome manipulation to prevent and cure diseases

Microbiome manipulation to prevent and cure diseases

Rockefeller scientists reveal how a narrow-spectrum antibiotic selectively targets C. diff

Rockefeller scientists reveal how a narrow-spectrum antibiotic selectively targets C. diff

Gut microbial development could be restored in C-section infants by fecal microbiota transplant

Gut microbial development could be restored in C-section infants by fecal microbiota transplant

Metagenomic data on intestinal microflora can open up treatments for intestinal dysbiosis

Metagenomic data on intestinal microflora can open up treatments for intestinal dysbiosis

Microbiome 'fingerprint' method helps track microbial strains transferred from maternal to infant gut

Microbiome 'fingerprint' method helps track microbial strains transferred from maternal to infant gut

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