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Tiny Guts, Big Consequences: Modulated Colonization of the Bacteria that Cause Lyme Disease

Tiny Guts, Big Consequences: Modulated Colonization of the Bacteria that Cause Lyme Disease

Disrupting the populations of bacteria than live inside the miniscule guts of ticks can have big ramifications for the feared bacteria that is responsible for the spread of Lyme disease. Dr. Sukanya Narasimhan, Dr. Giovanna Carpi, and Dr. Alexia Belperron shed perspectives from different fields about these interactions in the context of immunity.