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a study from researchers at the University of California - Riverside, shows differences in the gut microbiome between individuals determine resistance to cholera infection. The team states their findings suggest new personalized targets to prevent cholera infection through the modulation of the structure and function of the gut microbiome.

Gut microbiota regulates resistance to cholera.

Cholera is a contagion that causes chronic diarrhea brought on through the intake of food or water contaminated with the Vibrio cholerae bacterium. Cholera affects roughly 4 million people per … Continue Reading Gut microbiota regulates resistance to cholera.