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Researchers with Harvard University's FAS Center for Systems Biology report on changes to the human gut microbiome associated with the use of xenobiotics. The team followed human gut microbiomes in three individuals taking xenobiotic compounds over nine months, using a combination of 16S ribosomal RNA sequencing, microbial community gene expression experiments, and flow cytometry to test the individuals' fecal samples.

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