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Probiotic Potential of Clostridium spp.—Advantages and Doubts
Clostridium spp. is a large genus of obligate anaerobes and is an extremely heterogeneous group of bacteria that can be classified into 19 clusters. Genetic analyses based on the next- generation sequencing of 16S rRNA ...
Molecular diversity of BoNT-producing clostridia—a still-emerging and challenging problem
The diversity of BoNT-producing Clostridia is still a worrying problem for specialistswho explore the evolutionary and taxonomic diversity of C. botulinum. It is also a problem for epidemiologists and laboratory staff ...
Clostridium perfringens - opportunistic foodborne pathogen, its diversity and epidemiological significance
The C. perfringens species is associated with various environments, such as soils, sewage, and food. However, it is also a component of the gastrointestinal (GI) microflora (i.e., microbiota) of sick and healthy humans and ...