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Gut microbiota composition alterations are associated with the onset of diabetes in kidney transplant recipients.

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Summary of "Gut microbiota composition alterations are associated with the onset of diabetes in kidney transplant recipients."

Patients transplanted at our institution provided fecal samples before, and 3-9 months after KT. Fecal bacterial DNA was extracted and 9 bacteria or bacterial groups were quantified by qPCR.

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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0227373

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