The emerging biliary colonization of microorganisms in patients with biliary diseases may be devastating. Recent evidence suggests that age and gender may influence changes in the microbial composition of gut microbiota. To study the relationship between these parameters on bile microbiota, we retrospectively reviewed positive bile cultures following an endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) in a QA-certified academic surgical unit of a single institution.

Serra, N., Di Carlo, P., D'Arpa, F., Battaglia, E., Fasciana, T., Gulotta, G., et al. (2021). Human bile microbiota: A retrospective study focusing on age and gender. JOURNAL OF INFECTION AND PUBLIC HEALTH, 14(2), 206-213-213 [10.1016/j.jiph.2020.11.005].

Human bile microbiota: A retrospective study focusing on age and gender

Di Carlo, Paola;Fasciana, Teresa;Gulotta, Gaspare;Maida, Carmelo M;Rodolico, Vito;Giammanco, Anna;
2021

Abstract

The emerging biliary colonization of microorganisms in patients with biliary diseases may be devastating. Recent evidence suggests that age and gender may influence changes in the microbial composition of gut microbiota. To study the relationship between these parameters on bile microbiota, we retrospectively reviewed positive bile cultures following an endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) in a QA-certified academic surgical unit of a single institution.
Serra, N., Di Carlo, P., D'Arpa, F., Battaglia, E., Fasciana, T., Gulotta, G., et al. (2021). Human bile microbiota: A retrospective study focusing on age and gender. JOURNAL OF INFECTION AND PUBLIC HEALTH, 14(2), 206-213-213 [10.1016/j.jiph.2020.11.005].
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