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Human microbiome: why our microbes could be key to our health

Source: iStockphoto/Getty Images. Inset: Dr Bharath PrithiviRaj

The human microbiome comprises bacteria, archaea, viruses, and eukaryotes which reside within and outside our bodies. These organisms impact human physiology, both in health and in disease, contributing to the enhancement or impairment of metabolic and immune functions. Dr Bharath Prithiviraj-Asst. Professor Adjunct, City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY & MetaSUB global consortium, India Lead and Senior Scientist in the microbiome and public health space, explains about the human microbiome.

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