NYTimes: Gut Bacteria Divide People Into 3 Types, Scientists Say

Friends: if there exist discrete enterotypes of bacteria, then perhaps there are discrete wound bacteriotypes?!

Scientists report that the three “enterotypes,” which are unrelated to ethnicity, sex, weight or age, may have discrete effects on people's health. http://nyti.ms/esnauI



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