GO WITH YOUR GUT!: THE ROLE OF THE MICROBIOME IN HEALTH AND DISEASE
Explore how changes in gut bacteria correlate with health and diseases, including autism and inflammatory bowel disease.
» Richard Steet, Director of Research, Greenwood Genetic Center, Research Professor, Department of Genetics and Biochemistry, Clemson University
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