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The Unexplored Human Microbiome

News   Mar 11, 2019 | Original story by Science Direct

 
The Unexplored Human Microbiome

The 'human microbiome tree of life' which includes the thousands of new species that were discovered in this work. It is thus a representation of the total diversity of the human microbiome across human populations, age, conditions, and body sites that is described in the article. The image was generated by an open source software written by the authors and the image can be freely used. Credit: ©University of Trento

 
 
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