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The Gut Microbiome in Health and Disease

      Every May, Gastroenterology publishes a supplemental thirteenth issue devoted to a topic of particular interest and importance to both the practice and science of gastroenterology. The editorial board selected a series of reviews on the intestinal microbiome for this issue.
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