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Microbiomes of Mice and Men

News   Dec 19, 2018 | Original Story from Brown University.

 
Microbiomes of Mice and Men

Brown researchers found that the amount of vitamin A-converting protein, shown in green, varied between the guts of normal mice (CV) and mice without gut bacteria (GF). Credit: Vaishnava Lab/Immunity.

 
 
 

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