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You will find below the video broadcast of the two plenary sessions held in Evian last march during the Gut Microbiota for Health first world summit. Monday March 26th - opening session   Wednesday March…

MetaHIT (METAgenomics of the Human Intestinal Tract) is a collaborative project, funded by the European Commission, gathering 15 institutes from 8 countries. It was born of the idea that, with the rapid development of sequencing technologies, researchers could imagine explore the genetic potential of human microbial companions and understand their impact on our health and well being. The microbes of the human intestine can reach up to ten trillion cells and represent a weight of two kilograms, exceeding that of our brain. They help us digest food, they synthesize vitamins and amino acids that are needed by our body, they protect us by educating the immune system to distinguish friends from…

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You will find below the video broadcast of the two plenary sessions held in Evian last march during the Gut Microbiota for Health first world summit. Monday March 26th - opening session   Wednesday March…

MetaHIT (METAgenomics of the Human Intestinal Tract) is a collaborative project, funded by the European Commission, gathering 15 institutes from 8 countries. It was born of the idea that, with the rapid development of sequencing technologies, researchers could imagine explore the genetic potential of human microbial companions and understand their impact on our health and well being. The microbes of the human intestine can reach up to ten trillion cells and represent a weight of two kilograms, exceeding that of our brain. They help us digest food, they synthesize vitamins and amino acids that are needed by our body, they protect us by educating the immune system to distinguish friends from…

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