The Evolving Dynamics of the Microbial Community in the Cystic Fibrosis Lung|
The cystic fibrosis lung is a niche colonized by a diverse group of organisms, with a more limited number of species including P. aeruginosa dominating in adult patients. Whether all members of this microbial community play a direct or indirect role in pulmonary decline has yet to be fully elucidated, but investigations of their interactions with both co-colonizing species and with host cells are beginning to shed light on their virulence potential. [Environ Microbiol]
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