3695 Med Sci II (North Lecture Hall)
5623 Med. Sci. II (Wheeler Seminar Room)
3695 Med. Sci. II (North Lecture Hall)
A team of University of Michigan researchers has been working to describe how one of the most prevalent bacteria in your gut breaks down starch and converts it into nutrients that your body can use. This new paradigm may ultimately help both the development of probiotics and to inform doctors who are prescribing antibiotics.