Domestic canines do not display evidence of gut microbial dysbiosis in the presence of Clostridioides (Clostridium) difficile, despite cellular susceptibility to its toxins

Nathan E. Stone, Amalee E. Nunnally, Victor Jimenez, Emily K. Cope, Jason W. Sahl, Krystal Sheridan, Heidie M. Hornstra, J. Vinocur, Erik W. Settles, Kyle C. Headley, Charles H.D. Williamson, Jai Ram Rideout, Evan Bolyen, J. Gregory Caporaso, Joel Terriquez, Fernando P. Monroy, Joseph D. Busch, Paul Keim, David M. Wagner

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