The Microbiome: Brave New World for Health Care — and Biotech
April 11, 2014 Editor 0
The human body teems with microorganisms that make up what is now called the microbiome. Deeper knowledge of these microorganisms – which can be beneficial as well as harmful — offers new opportunities to doctors, scientists and entrepreneurs.
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