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This Is Your Gut on Sushi

March 1, 2022

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Presented by Health Lab

A new Michigan Medicine study found that genes of oceanic origin, entering the human gut microbiome through a process known as lateral gene-transfer, are more common than previously recognized. Experts from Michigan Medicine highlight the complex interplay between diet and the adaptation of the human gut microbiome in populations around the world.

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