Association of Bacteroides acidifaciens relative abundance with high-fibre diet-associated radiosensitisation
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Then , C K , Paillas , S , Wang , X , Hampson , A & Kiltie , A E 2020 , ' Association of Bacteroides acidifaciens relative abundance with high-fibre diet-associated radiosensitisation ' , BMC Biology , vol. 18 , 102 . https://doi.org/10.1186/s12915-020-00836-x
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