Introduction : Pathogenic microorganisms could be responsible for asymptomatic and symptomatic inflammatory processes in the prostate including Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas spp., Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Trichomonas vaginalis, etc (1). Modifications of bacterial populations were observed according to different inflammatory and tumor conditions in prostate cancer (PCa) samples, which may promote the development of cancer by enhancing extracellular environmental factors within the prostate (2-4).
E. David Crawford, M.D, Rick Martin, Caleb D. Phillips, Ph.D., Whitney N. Stanton, Adrie van Bokhoven, Ph.D., M. Scott Lucia, M.D., Paul Arangua, Francisco G. La Rosa, M.D., Zachary Grasmick, Gretchen Hoyer, Vladimir Mouraviev, M.D., Ph.D., Nelson N. Stone, M.D., Priya N. Werahera, Ph.D.
Results: This paper is derived from an extensive review and analysis of the available literature on the topic of metagenomic sequencing in urological science, using the PubMed search engine. The search yielded a total of 406 results, and manual selection of appropriate papers was subsequently performed.
Matthew Dixon · Maria Stefil · Michael McDonald · Truls Erik Bjerklund‑Johansen · Kurt Naber · Florian Wagenlehner · Vladimir MouravievDownload Study