Researchers develop genetic blueprint of gut microbes

03/4/2010 | Yahoo! · BBC

An international team of scientists said they completed sequencing the genomes of microbes in the human digestive system and found that most humans seem to share a substantial number of bacteria. They hope the findings could lead to treatments for intestinal diseases such as ulcers and inflammatory bowel disease.

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