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Interaction Between Familial Transmission and a Constitutively Active Immune System Shapes Gut Microbiota in

Genetics (2017-04-18)
Rupal Mistry, Ilias Kounatidis, Petros Ligoxygakis
ABSTRACT

Resident gut bacteria are constantly influencing the immune system, yet the role of the immune system in shaping microbiota composition during an organism's life span has remained unclear. Experiments in mice have been inconclusive due to differences in husbandry schemes that led to conflicting results. We used

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