uBiome project will sequence the bacteria that share our bodies
A British researcher's "citizen science" project to sequence the genomes of thousands of bacteria that live on and inside our bodies could help pinpoint the causes of disorders, including autism, depression, obesity and multiple sclerosis.
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#1 Feb 18, 2013
Interesting. But why do volunteers have to pay? Thats a customer, not a volunteer. But maybe they can explain why children who regressed into autism after a series of vaccines or a live virus MMR, why measle virus (vaccine strain DNA tested) are found replicating in their guts.
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