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The Human Microbiota

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The Human Microbiota

By: Dr. Emeka Enwere Human civilization has been punctuated, every so often, with close, personal, and often deadly interactions with microscopic organisms. These microbes – call them pathogens, or infectious agents, or just germs – are responsible for such moderately-notable events as the Black Death, the 1918 flu, smallpox, and, more recently, the Ebola epidemic. Over the past 150 years, we’ve spent trillions of dollars, and uncounta...

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