Early life intestinal microbiota development in late preterm infants and the effect of antibiotics.

  • R.D. Zwittink (Creator)
  • Ingrid B. Renes (Creator)
  • Richard A. Van Lingen (Creator)
  • Diny Van Zoeren-Grobben (Creator)
  • Prokopis Konstanti (Creator)
  • Obbe F. Norbruis (Creator)
  • Rocio Martin (Creator)
  • Liesbeth J.M. Groot Jebbink (Creator)
  • Jan Knol (Creator)
  • Clara Belzer (Creator)

Dataset

Description

To study the effect of the duration of antibiotic treatment on intestinal microbiota development during the first six postnatal weeks in late-preterm infants through 454 pyrosequencing of the 16S rRNA gene. Total of 96 samples.
Date made available10 Mar 2017
PublisherWageningen University

Research Output

Association between duration of intravenous antibiotic administration and early-life microbiota development in late-preterm infants

Zwittink, R. D., Renes, I. B., van Lingen, R. A., van Zoeren-Grobben, D., Konstanti, P., Norbruis, O. F., Martin, R., Groot Jebbink, L. J. M., Knol, J. & Belzer, C., Mar 2018, In : European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. 37, 3, p. 475-483

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    Zwittink, R. D. (Creator), Renes, I. B. (Creator), van Lingen, R. A. (Creator), van Zoeren-Grobben, D. (Creator), Konstanti, P. (Creator), Norbruis, O. F. (Creator), Martin, R. (Creator), Groot Jebbink, L. J. M. (Creator), Knol, J. (Creator), Belzer, C. (Creator) (10 Mar 2017). Early life intestinal microbiota development in late preterm infants and the effect of antibiotics. Wageningen University.