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Microbiota restoration reduces antibiotic-resistant bacteria gut colonization in patients with recurrent Clostridioides
Langdon, A., Schwartz, D.J., Bulow, C. et al. Genome Med 13, 28 (2021)
Role of the intestinal microbiome and microbial-derived metabolites in immune checkpoint blockade immunotherapy of cancer
Hayase, E., Jenq, R.R. Genome Med 13, 107 (2021)
Strain-level epidemiology of microbial communities and the human microbiome
Yan, Y., Nguyen, L.H., Franzosa, E.A. et al. Genome Med 12, 71 (2020).
Bacteroides vulgatus and Bacteroides dorei predict immune-related adverse events in immune checkpoint blockade treatment of metastatic melanoma
Usyk, M., Pandey, A., Hayes, R.B. et al. Genome Med 13, 160 (2021).
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