This Thursday Jen Lau from the Surette lab will be presenting a paper that suggests the human gut microbiota can be clustered into three enterotypes. Is it possible that your gut microbiota falls into the same cluster as someone that differs in nationality, geography, or diet? All are welcome and encouraged to join us for a discussion this Thursday at 3:30 PM in 3N-44A on the paper published in Nature. For a quick read and more insight on the findings check out this article.
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