[ James A. Shapiro ] James A. Shapiro

Human microbiome

(Foxman, Goldberg et al. 2008; Kuczynski, Costello et al. 2010; Robinson, Bohannan et al. 2010; Ballal, Gallini et al. 2011; Greiner and Backhed 2011; Morowitz, Babrowski et al. 2011; Parfrey, Walters et al. 2011; Salzman 2011; Smillie, Smith et al. 2011; Weinstock 2011; Consortium 2012; Consortium 2012; Gevers, Knight et al. 2012; Rho, Wu et al. 2012; Wylie, Truty et al. 2012)





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