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And Wargo is planning to test whether manipulating the gut microbiome with fecal transplants (in pill form) or a bacterial treatment could help more melanoma patients respond to PD-1 blockers.
The bacterial cells seeking safe harbor inside your gastrointestinal tract outnumber your actual cells by a factor of 10.
Less than two days after falling ill, the San Diego State freshman succumbed in the hospital to bacterial meningitis.
Jorge Sanyet Morales, 61, is believed to have died of Leptospirosis, a bacterial infection spread by contaminated water.
Poor Aza is fixated and horrified by the thought that roughly half the cells in the human body consist of bacterial microbes.
Mulching up these leaves makes them more accessible to bacterial decay.
The polluted water may also contain bacterial pathogens like salmonella and giardia.
To better understand these risks, researchers from the New York University School of Medicine recently swabbed a bunch of people's eye sockets to compare the bacterial diversity of contact-lens wearers and non-lens wearers.
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