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Keystone taxa indispensable for microbiome recovery

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Meta-analysis of four human cohort studies reveals specific keystone bacteria associated with gut microbiome recovery after antibiotic exposure.

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Fig. 1: Secondary succession following an ecological disturbance.

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S.M.G. was supported by a Washington Research Foundation Distinguished Investigator Award and by start-up funds from the Institute for Systems Biology.

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Gibbons, S.M. Keystone taxa indispensable for microbiome recovery. Nat Microbiol 5, 1067–1068 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41564-020-0783-0

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