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The main claim of this article is that Lactobacillus casei can be used to protect animals from enteropathogenic Escherichia coli infection.
This claim, although not surprising, is indeed novel.
The results, although very poorly presented, do support the claim.
Yes. My only comment with regards to this is that the fact that animals received daily doses of L. casei should be more clearly indicated in the "Experimental schedule" section. This is clearly stated in the abstract, but not in the main body of the paper.
This paper is certainly not outstanding. It is very poorly written and the subject itself is not groundbreaking. Although the research is novel and interesting, the fact that administration of L. casei protects against an enteric pathogen is highly intuitive and expected.
As I mentioned above, this paper would benefit enormously from a revision of grammar, word choice, and sentence structure. The language used is so poor that sometimes it is difficult to understand the scientific concepts and reasoning presented.
Over 15 years of experience in microbiology research.
Nice worth reading article
Experience in immunology
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