Contribution of the disease process to phenotypic variability of human colon microflora
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Quantitative and qualitative compositions of microbiocenosis in the colon of healthy subjects and patients with various somatic diseases (infectious endocarditis, rheumatic heart disease, chronic renal insufficiency, and acute odontogenic phlegmons) are compared. It is concluded that disease is a powerful factor of the intestinal microbiocenosis variability. No changes in the colonic microflora specific for the diseases are detected.
Key Wordsnormal microflora variability of human microbiological phenotype
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