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Associations between UK tap water and gut microbiota composition suggest the gut microbiome as a potential mediator of health differences linked to water quality

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Associations between UK tap water and gut microbiota composition suggest the gut microbiome as a potential mediator of health differences linked to water quality. / Bowyer, Ruth Catherine Emma; Schillereff, Daniel Neame; Jackson, Matthew; Le Roy, Caroline Ivanne; Wells, Philippa Margaret; Spector, Timothy David; Steves, Claire Joanne.

In: Science of the Total Environment, 23.05.2020.

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Bowyer, RCE, Schillereff, DN, Jackson, M, Le Roy, CI, Wells, PM, Spector, TD & Steves, CJ 2020, 'Associations between UK tap water and gut microbiota composition suggest the gut microbiome as a potential mediator of health differences linked to water quality', Science of the Total Environment.

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Bowyer, R. C. E., Schillereff, D. N., Jackson, M., Le Roy, C. I., Wells, P. M., Spector, T. D., & Steves, C. J. (Accepted/In press). Associations between UK tap water and gut microbiota composition suggest the gut microbiome as a potential mediator of health differences linked to water quality. Science of the Total Environment.

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Bowyer RCE, Schillereff DN, Jackson M, Le Roy CI, Wells PM, Spector TD et al. Associations between UK tap water and gut microbiota composition suggest the gut microbiome as a potential mediator of health differences linked to water quality. Science of the Total Environment. 2020 May 23.

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Bowyer, Ruth Catherine Emma ; Schillereff, Daniel Neame ; Jackson, Matthew ; Le Roy, Caroline Ivanne ; Wells, Philippa Margaret ; Spector, Timothy David ; Steves, Claire Joanne. / Associations between UK tap water and gut microbiota composition suggest the gut microbiome as a potential mediator of health differences linked to water quality. In: Science of the Total Environment. 2020.

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