“The digestive tract is an ideal setting for microbial biofilm formation. It can be considered as a huge bioreactor with a constant temperature, high humidity, regular supply of food and removal of waste. All these are ideal conditions for microbial growth,” says Professor Soren Sorensen from the University of Copenhagen, a specialist in microbiology.
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