Each human gut hosts a unique community of viruses

Washington DC (UPI) Aug 24, 2020
Much of the research into the microbial contents of the human digestive tract has focused on bacteria, but there are viruses in the human gut, too. The virome is the equivalent of the microbiome, and research published Monday in the journal Cell Host and Microbe suggests each human hosts a unique virome in their gut. Scientists examined data from 32 studies of viruses in the guts

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