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Resolution of Severe Clostridium difficile Infection Following Sequential Fecal Microbiota Transplantation

Weingarden, Alexa R. BA*; Hamilton, Matthew J. PhD*; Sadowsky, Michael J. PhD*; Khoruts, Alexander MD

Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology: September 2013 - Volume 47 - Issue 8 - p 735–737
doi: 10.1097/MCG.0b013e31829004ae
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*Department of Soil, Water, and Climate BioTechnology Institute, and Microbial and Plant Genomics Institute, University of Minnesota, St. Paul

Department of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology, Center for Immunology University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

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Supported, in part, by NIH Grant R21AI091907 (to A.K. and M.J.S.), research funding by CIPAC LLC (to A.K. and M.J.S.). A.R.W. was supported by the Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowship from the University of Minnesota Graduate School. M.J.H. was supported by a fellowship from the NIH, NIDCR T32 Institutional Training Grant: Minnesota Craniofacial Research Training (MinnCResT) Program.

A.K. and M.J.S. received funding from CIPAC LLC to carry out research on FMT using frozen microbiota. A.K. and M.J.S have provided consulting services for CIPAC and conflicts of interest are being managed by the University of Minnesota Conflicts of Interest Program. M.J.S. and A.K. have contributed equally to this work.The remaining authors declare that they have nothing to disclose.

Received January 28, 2013

Accepted March 1, 2013

© 2013 by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins