At Marco Island, the Human Microbiome Tells Us We re All Mostly Bugs | GenomeWeb

MARCO ISLAND, Fla., Feb. 11 (GenomeWeb News) - When the sixth annual Advances in Genome Biology and Technology conference opened here yesterday morning, some 200 attendees may have been surprised to hear that they were composed almost entirely of bacteria.

 

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