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Biomedical Journal

Biomedical Journal is a peer-reviewed online journal publishes bimonthly. The journal is covered in MEDLINE/Index Medicus and EMBASE/Excerpta Medica. .
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July-August 2015 | Vol 38 | Issue 4
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Lessons from the Drosophila microbiota
This issue of the Biomedical Journal includes two reviews discussing how studying the gut of the humble fruit fly can reveal important insight about our own microbial communities. In addition, we focu...
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Studying host-microbiota interactions in Drosophila melanogaster
In this issue of Biomedical Journal, two reviews show the power of Drosophila melanogaster as an animal model to study the complex relationships between host and gut microbiota. The first review has b...
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The multilayered innate immune defense of the gut
In the wild, the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster thrives on rotten fruit. The digestive tract maintains a powerful gut immune barrier to regulate the ingested microbiota, including entomopath...
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Studying host-microbiota mutualism in Drosophila: Harnessing the power of gnotobiotic flies
The complex interaction between the metazoan host and its commensal gut microbiota is one of the essential features of symbiosis in the animal kingdom. As there is a burgeoning interest to decipher th...
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