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This Week in PLOS

The Pseudomonas species found in lung microbiomes of individuals who've received lung transplants correspond with distinct clinical features in the transplant recipients, according to a PLOS One study. A University of Michigan-led team performed 16S ribosomal RNA sequencing and quantitative PCR analyses of bronchoscopy samples from 33 lung transplant recipients to identify microbial members of lung microbiomes.

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