Genomics: A gut prediction

W.M. de Vos, M. Nieuwdorp

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Abstract

Microbial cells make up the majority of cells in the human body, and most of these reside in the intestinal tract. Researchers have long recognized that some intestinal microorganisms are associated with health, but the beneficial impact of most of the gut's microbes on human metabolism has been discovered only relatively recently
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)48-49
JournalNature
Volume498
Issue number7452
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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de Vos, W.M. ; Nieuwdorp, M. / Genomics: A gut prediction. In: Nature. 2013 ; Vol. 498, No. 7452. pp. 48-49.
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In: Nature, Vol. 498, No. 7452, 2013, p. 48-49.

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