Common colonizer: Sutterella wadsworthensis is present in the intestines of children with autism, where it might displace other beneficial bacteria. A certain type of bacteria is prevalent in the intestines of children who have both autism and gastrointe
Clinical research: Gut bacteria prevalent in autism
2012-03-13T18:25:58-04:00By Ollibean|Categories: Articles, General, Nutrition|Tags: ASD, autism, Autism Spectrum Disorders, gastro, intestinal disorders|0 Comments
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