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- Swidsinski, Alexander, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Systematic and applied microbiology 2016 v.39 no.1 pp. 67-75
- Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. cerevisiae; antibiotics; antimony; bacteria; biomass; bioreactors; colon; disease control; fluorescence in situ hybridization; humans; mucus; women
- ... Sections of fecal cylinders were analyzed using fluorescence in situ hybridization targeting 180 bacterial groups. Samples were collected from three groups of women (N=20 each) treated for bacterial vaginosis with ciprofloxacin+metronidazole. Group A only received the combined antibiotic regimen, whereas the A/Sb group received concomitant Saccharomyces boulardii CNCM I-745 treatment, and the A_Sb ...
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- Parasitology research 2012 v.110 no.4 pp. 1347-1355
- piglets; in situ hybridization; necrotic enteritis; body weight; parturition; sows; toltrazuril; Isospora suis; feces; Clostridium perfringens A; neonates; mortality; pathogens
- ... In this study, 51 piglets originating from five different sows were included in the investigations. The animal source of all sows had a history of Clostridium perfringens type A (β2) infection. The piglets of three sows (n = 31) were experimentally infected with Isospora suis within the first 4 h after birth and were randomly assigned to the treatment group or the sham-dosing group. The piglets of ...