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Titolo: Defining the resilience of the human salivary microbiota by a 520-day longitudinal study in a confined environment: the Mars500 mission
Autori: Bacci, Giovanni
Mengoni, Alessio
Emiliani, Giovanni
Chiellini, Carolina
Cipriani, Edoardo Giovanni
Bianconi, Giovanna
Canganella, Francesco 
Fani, Renato
Rivista: MICROBIOME 
Data pubblicazione: 2021
Abstract: 
The human microbiota plays several roles in health and disease but is often difficult to determine which part is in intimate relationships with the host vs. the occasional presence. During the Mars500 mission, six crewmembers lived completely isolated from the outer world for 520 days following standardized diet regimes. The mission constitutes the first spaceflight simulation to Mars and was a unique experiment to determine, in a longitudinal study design, the composition and importance of the resident vs. a more variable microbiota-the fraction of the human microbiota that changes in time and according to environmental conditions-in humans.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/48214
ISSN: 2049-2618
DOI: 10.1186/s40168-021-01070-5
Diritti: CC0 1.0 Universal
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