Jonathan Eisen

University of California, Davis

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Professor of Evolution and Ecology at the University of California, Davis

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They're in your stomach, your bloodstream, up your nose. They're all over your body and they're one of hottest topics in scientific research now.

Meet Your Microbes, They Could Save Your Life

They're in your stomach, your bloodstream, up your nose. They're all over your body and they're one of hottest topics in scientific research now.

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