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The relation between diet and the gut microflora in man

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 February 2007

B. S. Drasar
Department of Bacteriology
J. S. Crowther
Department of Bacteriology
P. Goddard
Department of Bacteriology
Gabrielle Hawksworth
Department of Bacteriology
M. J. Hill
Department of Bacteriology
Susan Peach
Department of Bacteriology
R. E. O. Williams
Department of Bacteriology
A. Renwich
Department of Biochemistry, St Mary's Hospital Medical School, London W2 IPG
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