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Nerves Control the Microbiome

News   Sep 26, 2017 | Original Story from the Kiel University

 
Nervous Control of the Body's Bacterial Flora

Fibers of intestinal tissue (in red) surround the nerve cells (in green) of the freshwater polyp Hydra. Credit: Christoph Giez, Dr. Alexander Klimovich

 
 
 

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