Longitudinal multi-omics analyses link gut microbiome dysbiosis with recurrent urinary tract infections in women

Colin J. Worby, Henry L. Schreiber, Timothy J. Straub, Lucas R. van Dijk, Ryan A. Bronson, Benjamin S. Olson, Jerome S. Pinkner, Chloe L.P. Obernuefemann, Vanessa L. Muñoz, Alexandra E. Paharik, Philippe N. Azimzadeh, Bruce J. Walker, Christopher A. Desjardins, Wen Chi Chou, Karla Bergeron, Sinéad B. Chapman, Aleksandra Klim, Abigail L. Manson, Thomas J. Hannan, Thomas M. HootonAndrew L. Kau, H. Henry Lai, Karen W. Dodson, Scott J. Hultgren, Ashlee M. Earl

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