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Evolution, human-microbe interactions, and life history plasticity

Series  Evolutionary public health 3 Graham Rook, Fredrik Bäckhed, Bruce R Levin, Margaret J McFall-Ngai, Angela R McLean A bacterium was once a component of the ancestor of all eukaryotic cells, and much of the human genome originated in microorganisms. Today, all vertebrates harbour large communities of microorganisms (microbiota), particularly in the gut, and […]