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How Is the Microbiome Affected by Stroke?

News   Mar 13, 2019 | Original Story from West Virginia.

 
How Is the Microbiome Affected by Stroke?

In a new microbiome study from the WVU School of Medicine, researchers found that having a stroke triggered intestinal abnormalities in animal models. At a microscopic level, intestinal tissue appeared disorganized in models that experienced a stroke (right) but maintained an orderly appearance in healthy models (left). Credit: Aira Burkhart/WVU.

 
 
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