Alveolar microbiota profile in patients with human pulmonary tuberculosis and interstitial pneumonia

ConclusionsThis study shows that the alveolar microbiota profile in BAL samples from TB and IP patients, representing infectious and non-infectious lung diseases, respectively, is characterized by decreased diversity.
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