Intestinal Microbiome Articles

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  • Antibiotic Use and Risk of Incident Kidney Stones in Female Nurses.

    The intestinal microbiome may affect urinary stone disease by modulating the amount of oxalate absorbed from the intestine and subsequently excreted in urine. This study sought to explore the association between antibiotics, which alter the intestinal microbiota, and risk for urinary stone disease.

    Published September 29, 2019
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