Surgical stress shifts the intestinal Escherichia coli population to that of a more adherent phenotype: role in barrier regulation.
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Jul 01, 2001
The combination of surgical stress and short-term starvation is associated with a greater abundance of adherent and barrier-altering strains of E coli in the mouse cecum.
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