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DATE

2011-08-24

AUTHORS

Martin Blaser

ABSTRACT

Concerns about antibiotics focus on bacterial resistance — but permanent changes to our protective flora could have more serious consequences, says Martin Blaser.

PAGES

393-394

References to SciGraph publications

  • 2008-10. Worlds within worlds: evolution of the vertebrate gut microbiota in NATURE REVIEWS MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2009-11-09. What are the consequences of the disappearing human microbiota? in NATURE REVIEWS MICROBIOLOGY
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