Microbiome: Antibiotics and the infant microflora

Functional selection of novel antibiotic resistance genes and metagenomic sequencing reveal how antibiotic treatment and bacterial resistance genes interact to shape the fragile microbiome of premature infants.

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Meyer, K., Aagaard, K. Microbiome: Antibiotics and the infant microflora. Nat Microbiol 1, 16040 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1038/nmicrobiol.2016.40

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