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1945 3
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1947 3
1948 2
1952 2
1953 25
1954 22
1955 26
1956 26
1957 19
1958 10
1959 22
1960 24
1961 22
1962 15
1963 2
1965 6
1966 44
1967 55
1968 73
1969 88
1970 72
1971 76
1972 78
1973 69
1974 93
1975 82
1976 93
1977 106
1978 98
1979 91
1980 106
1981 127
1982 136
1983 131
1984 156
1985 147
1986 153
1987 147
1988 134
1989 140
1990 146
1991 101
1992 121
1993 148
1994 132
1995 121
1996 120
1997 123
1998 118
1999 151
2000 170
2001 174
2002 221
2003 253
2004 272
2005 319
2006 348
2007 367
2008 378
2009 442
2010 458
2011 485
2012 537
2013 613
2014 625
2015 653
2016 566
2017 538
2018 634
2019 327
2020 15
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Meconium microbiome as a new source of information about long-term health and disease: questions and answers
Wilczyńska P, et al. J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med 2019 - Review. PMID 28969463
METHODS: The literature review of over 30 papers published in international journals in the years 2001-2017, on the bacterial composition of meconium and early feces, investigated by metagenomic DNA sequencing in experimental studies on animals and clinical studies in neonates born after normal and pathological pregnancies. ...
METHODS: The literature review of over 30 papers published in international journals in the years 2001-2017, on the bacterial composition of …
Pathogens transmitted in animal feces in low- and middle-income countries.
Delahoy MJ, et al. Int J Hyg Environ Health 2018 - Review. PMID 29729998 Free PMC article.
Contact with animal feces poses a currently unquantified-though likely substantial-risk to human health. In LMIC settings, human exposure to animal feces may explain some of the limited success of recent water, sanitation, and hygiene interventions that have focused on limiting exposure to human excreta, with less attention to containing animal feces. ...We do not estimate an overall burden of disease from improperly managed animal feces in LMICs, because it is unknown what proportion of illnesses caused by these pathogens can be attributed to contact with animal feces. ...
Contact with animal feces poses a currently unquantified-though likely substantial-risk to human health. In LMIC settings, human expo …
Differences in the fecal microbiota of neonates born at home or in the hospital
Combellick JL, et al. Sci Rep 2018. PMID 30353125 Free PMC article.
In this study, we determine the structure of the microbiota in feces from babies born in the hospital or at home, and from vaginal samples of their mothers. ...Feces from babies and mothers and maternal vaginal swab samples were collected at enrollment, the day of birth, followed by days 1, 2, 7, 14, 21, and 28. ...
In this study, we determine the structure of the microbiota in feces from babies born in the hospital or at home, and from vaginal sa …
Complex virome in feces from Amerindian children in isolated Amazonian villages.
Siqueira JD, et al. Nat Commun 2018. PMID 30323210 Free PMC article.
Here we used viral metagenomics to characterize the eukaryotic virome in feces from healthy children from a large urban center and from three Amerindian villages with minimal outside contact. ...Feces of isolated villagers also contained multiple viral genomes of unknown cellular origin from the Picornavirales order and CRESS-DNA group and higher levels of nematode and protozoan DNA. ...
Here we used viral metagenomics to characterize the eukaryotic virome in feces from healthy children from a large urban center and fr …
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