Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Gut Bacteria Still Get Fed When Hosts Are Too Sick to Eat


For bacteria, the mammalian gut is like Shangri-La. It’s warm and consistently so, sheltered from the environment, and regularly flooded with a nutritious soup. But what happens when this all-you-can-eat buffet stops serving? What happens to microbes if their host stops eating?


Full story: Gut Bacteria Still Get Fed When Hosts Are Too Sick to Eat


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