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Published in Oncology

Journal Scan / Research · August 30, 2022

Preservation of Fecal Microbiome Is Associated With Reduced Severity of Graft-vs-Host Disease



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Preservation of fecal microbiome is associated with reduced severity of Graft-versus-Host Disease
Blood 2022 Aug 15;[EPub Ahead of Print], M Burgos da Silva, DM Ponce, A Dai, SM Devlin, AL Gomes, GF Moore, J Slingerland, R Shouval, GK Armijo, S DeWolf, T Fei, A Clurman, E Fontana, LA Amoretti, RJ Wright, H Andrlova, O Miltiadous, MA Perales, Y Taur, JU Peled, MRM van den Brink

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