THE NEED FOR STANDARDS IN HUMAN MICROBIOME RESEARCH
The human body harbors a series of diverse, dynamic microbial communities comprising bacteria, archaea, viruses, and eukaryotes collectively termed the human microbiome. The microbiome plays a vital role in human health and disease, particularly with regard to physiology and development, immunomodulation, metabolic regulation, and protection against pathogenic strains. Understanding the microbiome offers a powerful tool for personalized healthcare and precision medicine.
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How to study the microbiome
Where bias can be introduced when studying the microbiome
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