Trillions of microbes inhabit human body surfaces and cavities and interact with the host constantly. Recently, it came to light that the microbiota is a critical regulator of tumorigenesis and impacts outcomes of various cancer therapies. Pathogenic bacteria can...
Cancer is the second leading cause of fatalities at the global level, and the involvement of microbes in several diseases, including cancer is well known. The gut microbiome is known to have an essential role in the regulation of the host’s health and...
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