Researchers in BC Studying Vaginal Microbiome | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) –Armed with more than C$2 million ($2 million) in funding, a team of researchers in British Columbia is conducting sequencing-based studies of microorganisms in the vagina to determine what constitutes a healthy bacterial balance.

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