Distinctive Microbiome Type Distribution in a Young Adult Balinese Cohort May Reflect Environmental Changes Associated with Modernization

Clarissa A. Febinia, Safarina G. Malik, Ratna Djuwita, I. Wayan Weta, Desak Made Wihandani, Rizka Maulida, Herawati Sudoyo, Andrew J. Holmes

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