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Gut Microbiota – Definition, Relevance, and Medical Uses


Did you know that gut microbiota refers to the microbiota in the intestinal tract? Scientists define microbiota as “the assemblage of microorganisms in a defined environment,” such as bacteria, archaea, eukaryotes, and viruses. The microbiota varies according to its surrounding environment. The term microbiota, also known as microbes, proceeds by the name of the environment in which it locates. The human body hosts approximately 100 trillion microbiota, though some of these are useful, and some are harmful. Some scientists estimate that there are ten times more microbial cells in the body than there are human cells. Recent scientific advances in…

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