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Longitudinal changes in the gut microbiome of infants on total parenteral nutrition.

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Summary of "Longitudinal changes in the gut microbiome of infants on total parenteral nutrition."

Animal studies suggest that total parenteral nutrition (TPN) may alter bacterial colonization of the intestinal tract and contribute to complications. Progressive changes in gut microbiome of infants receiving TPN are not well understood.

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Name: Pediatric research
ISSN: 1530-0447
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