Gut Microbe Patterns Hold Clues For Studying Microbiome | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Looking at the variation in gut microbial communities within a larger ecological context has implications not only for understanding bugs in the gut but also for informing large-scale studies such as the Human Microbiome Project, a new analysis suggests.
 

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