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    Masters Thesis
    Valencia, Danielle
    Clostridium species make up a large portion of the intestinal microbiota in humans and animals with strong implications that they are necessary for overall gut function. Dysbiosis due to decreased abundances and diversity of Clostridium often cause ma . . .
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    Pawelek, John M.
    Live bacteria were first actively used in the treatment of cancer nearly 150 years ago, work that ultimately led to the study of immunomodulation. Today, with the discovery of bacterial strains that specifically target tumours, and aided by genomic se . . .