Pivotal roles for pH, lactate and lactate-utilizing bacteria in the stability of a human colonic microbial ecosystem
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Wang , S P , Rubio , L A , Duncan , S H , Donachie , G E , Holtrop , G , Lo , G , Farquharson , F M , Wagner , J , Parkhill , J , Louis , P , Walker , A & Flint , H J 2020 , ' Pivotal roles for pH, lactate and lactate-utilizing bacteria in the stability of a human colonic microbial ecosystem ' , mSystems , vol. 5 , no. 5 , e00645-20 . https://doi.org/10.1128/mSystems.00645-20
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