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Is the human gut microbiota unique?

New paper with data showing different reactions of humans and non-human primate gut microbes to similar diets. 

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    In fact the different body reaction can see in humans of same sex, when you offer them the same diet. The same also holds true in case of the non-human too. Maybe, we all have the same underlying structure, but the body need is different for all.
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