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Evaluation of the State of Science Outside of Conventional Probiotic Usage

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Evaluation of the State of Science Outside of Conventional Probiotic Usage

Recent advances in sequencing technologies and genomic profiling have led to an explosion in analyses of microbiota, discovery which one 2015 review ​described as "comparable in influence to a new organ in the body and offering the possibility of a new route for therapeutic intervention."

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