Repeated ruminal dosing of Ruminococcus spp. does not result in persistence, but changes in other microbial populations occur that can be measured with quantitative 16S-rRNA-based probes

D. O. Krause, R. J. Bunch, L. L. Conlan, P. M. Kennedy, W. J. Smith, R. I. Mackie, C. S. McSweeney

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