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In Science this week, a multi-institute team of researchers describe the use of a new sequencing technique for analyzing human gut microbes, which enabled them to evaluate the long-term stability of these bacterial communities. With the method, called LEA-seq, the investigators sampled the fecal microbial community of 37 people, four of whom were participating in a 32-week liquid diet.

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