Hyping the Microbiome | GenomeWeb

Hyping the Microbiome

Research into the human microbiome may offer insights into many aspects of human health and disease, and certainly the discovery of the vastness and diversity of microbial populations that call the human body home have been a surprise, but it may time to tamp down the exuberance a notch, William Hanage, an associate professor of epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health, writes in Nature.

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