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Bacteria Found in Our Guts Could Contribute to Bowel Cancer

News   Feb 28, 2020 | Original story from the University of Leeds

 
Bacteria Found in Our Guts Could Contribute to Bowel Cancer

Schematic representation of the injection of bacteria into the lumen of an organoid, and a fluorescent microscopy image of such an organoid. Human intestinal organoid (green) filled with labeled bacteria (blue). Credit: Cayetano Pleguezuelos-Manzano, Jens Puschhof, Axel Rosendahl Huber, ©Hubrecht Institute

 
 
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