Veillonellaceae family members uniquely alter the cervical metabolic microenvironment in a human three-dimensional epithelial model

Mary E. Salliss, Jason D. Maarsingh, Camryn Garza, Paweł Łaniewski, Melissa M. Herbst-Kralovetz

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