Study finds first direct evidence of AMR bacteria migrating from the gut to the lungs

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A new study released today in Nature Communications from the Department of Biology, University of Oxford has found the first direct evidence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria migrating from a patient’s gut microbiome to the lungs.

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