Background Secondary bacterial infections are an important cause of morbidity and mortality associated with influenza infections. As bacterial disease can be caused by a disturbance of the host microbiome, we examined the impact of influenza on the upper respiratory tract microbiome in a human challenge study.
Methods The dynamics and ecology of the throat microbiome were examined following an experimental influenza challenge of 52 previously-healthy ad... Expand abstract
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The effect of influenza virus on the human oropharyngeal microbiome
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