RePOOPulation: It's Less 'Icky' | GenomeWeb

A paper in the inaugural issue of Microbiome describes the effort to develop and design a synthetic stool mixture to treat people with Clostridium difficile infections. Researchers led by the University of Guelph's Emma Allen-Vercoe present their therapy, which they dubbed RePOOPulate.

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