Understanding how the gut mycobiota respond to antibiotic treatment


Antibiotic treatment disrupts the balance of beneficial and harmful bacteria in a person’s gut. That disruption can lead to the overgrowth of fungal species in the gut mycobiota, including the common intestinal yeast Candida albicans.

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