Longitudinal Study of Oral Microbiome Variation in Twins

@article{Freire2020LongitudinalSO,
  title={Longitudinal Study of Oral Microbiome Variation in Twins},
  author={M. Freire and Ahmed Moustafa and D. Harkins and M. Torralba and Yun Zhang and P. Leong and R. Saffery and M. Bockmann and Claire Kuelbs and T. Hughes and J. Craig and K. Nelson},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2020},
  volume={10}
}
Humans are host to a multitude of microorganisms that rapidly populate the body at birth, subject to a complex interplay that is dependent on host genetics, lifestyle, and environment. The host-associated microbiome, including the oral microbiome, presents itself in a complex ecosystem important to health and disease. As the most common chronic disease globally, dental caries is induced by host-microbial dysbiosis in children and adults. Multiple biological and environmental factors are likely… Expand
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