Models to Study Colonisation and Colonisation Resistance

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Boureau, H.; Hartmann, L.; Karjalainen, T.; Rowland, I.; Wilkinson, M.H.F.;

This review describes various in vivo animal models (humans; conventional animals administered antimicrobial agents and animals species used; gnotobiotic and germ-free animals), in vitro models (luminal and mucosal), and in silico and mathematicalmodels which have been ... View more
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