By Michael Marshall
Farmed chickens could receive faecal transplants to protect against the infections that cause food poisoning in humans. A pilot study suggests the transplants are remarkably effective, and the team behind it are now trying to make it work on an industrial scale.
Paul Wigley at the University of Liverpool, UK struck upon the initial idea after hearing that babies born by Caesarean section may have an unusual mix of microorganisms in their guts, because they have not passed through …
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