What Dominates in Shaping Human Gut Microbiota?

By Maryna Mullerman ‘20 The human microbiome is thought to be shaped by many factors. Daphna Rothschild and researchers from Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel attempted to find the most important   determinant for the microbial composition of the human gut. They compared genetic and environmental factors that were thought to influence gut composition and utilized statistical measures to analyze them. The study recruited 1046 … Continue reading What Dominates in Shaping Human Gut Microbiota?