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The human body is colonized by microorganisms of diverse phylogenetic origins, principally bacteria, archaea, eukaryote, and viruses. In health, specific microbes exist in a symbiotic relationship with their human host, where they contribute essential vitamins and nutrients, prime the human immune system to recognize “non-self” antigens, and produce useful anti-inflammatory compounds that deter disease-causing microbes.
Tags: microbiome, SNPs, IBD