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The Microbes That Live With Us From Cradle to Grave

Video   Jun 20, 2019 | Taken from Nature Video, YouTube

 

Inside your body there are trillions of microscopic organisms: bacteria, viruses, fungi and archaea - collectively known as the microbiota. Over the past decade, we’ve learnt that these communities help to shape our physiology and contribute to our wellbeing.

But there are still many questions: When do we acquire our first microbes?

How does our microbiota change throughout our lives and how do these changes differ between people or contribute to disease? 

 
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