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Probiotics available today can be found in products such as dairy foods, dietary supplements and drugs and the proposed benefits cover a wide range of ailments, including the prevention or treatment of antibiotic-induced diarrhea, acute-infectious diarrhea, travelers' diarrhea, colitis and vaginal infections.
The ability of Ramoplanin to successfully treat experimental cases of antibiotic-induced diarrhea supports the current clinical investigation of the novel antibiotic in treating C.
Due to the unique, staphylococcal-specific activity of AFN-1252, AFN-1720 is expected to preserve the human gut microbiota resulting in minimal antibiotic-associated side effects, such as antibiotic-induced diarrhea or C.

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