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Numerical ecology validates a biogeographical distribution and gender-based effect on mucosa-associated bacteria along the human colon

TitleNumerical ecology validates a biogeographical distribution and gender-based effect on mucosa-associated bacteria along the human colon
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2011
Authorsde Carcer DA, Cuiv O, Wang T, Kang S, Worthley D, Whitehall V, Gordon IJ, McSweeney C, Leggett B, Morrison M
JournalISME Journal
Volume5
Pagination801-809

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