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DNA is the genetic code that makes us who we are. But here's the surprising part: over 90% of the DNA present in our bodies actually comes from the tiny microorganisms that live in our gut, and together they make up what's called the gut microbiome.
In this video Prof. dr. Jingyuan Yang-Fu, talks about her aim to acquire a greater knowledge of how the human genome and the gut microbiome interact with each other and how it affects human health.