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March, 2016
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This article focuses on the burgeoning understanding of the importance of the human microbiome to our overall health, especially exploration of the microbiome’s development and functioning during the prenatal period and birth.

Abstract: 

This article focuses on the burgeoning understanding of the importance of the human microbiome to our overall health, especially exploration of the microbiome’s development and functioning during the prenatal period and birth.

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