Eating for 100 Trillion: Symbiotic Metabolism and the Microbiome Revolution

Multiple revolutions together make for a mega-revolution. Accelerating advances in our understanding of the role that microbes that live on and in the human body play in human health, coupled with advances in genomics, sequencing, and consumer electronics create novel diagnostics to measure nutriti...

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