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Candidate Phyla Radiation, an Underappreciated Division of the Human Microbiome, and Its Impact on Health and Disease

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Candidate phyla radiation (CPR) is an emerging division of the bacterial domain within the human microbiota. Still poorly known, these microorganisms were first described in the environment in 1981 as “ultramicrobacteria” with a cell volume under 0.1 μm 3 and were first associated with the human oral microbiota in 2007.
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hal-03754522 , version 1 (19-08-2022)

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Sabrina Naud, Ahmad Ibrahim, Camille Valles, Mohamad Maatouk, Fadi Bittar, et al.. Candidate Phyla Radiation, an Underappreciated Division of the Human Microbiome, and Its Impact on Health and Disease. Clinical Microbiology Reviews, 2022, ⟨10.1128/cmr.00140-21⟩. ⟨hal-03754522⟩
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