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Our Microbes Are Running the Show

News   Dec 05, 2018 | Original Story from Carnegie Science.

 
Our Microbes Are Running the Show

This is a super-resolution image of fly gut crypts colonized by the native Lactobacillus (red) and Acetobacter (green) bacteria. Fly cell nuclei appear blue. Credit: Benjamin Obadia.

 
 
 

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