The impact of human activities and lifestyles on the interlinked microbiota and health of humans and of ecosystems.

@article{Flandroy2018TheIO,
  title={The impact of human activities and lifestyles on the interlinked microbiota and health of humans and of ecosystems.},
  author={Lucette Flandroy and T Poutahidis and Gabriele Berg and Gerard Clarke and Maria-Carlota Dao and Ellen Decaestecker and Eeva Furman and Tari Haahtela and Sebastien Massart and Hubert Plovier and Yolanda Sanz and Graham Arthur William Rook},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2018},
  volume={627},
  pages={
          1018-1038
        }
}
Plants, animals and humans, are colonized by microorganisms (microbiota) and transiently exposed to countless others. The microbiota affects the development and function of essentially all organ systems, and contributes to adaptation and evolution, while protecting against pathogenic microorganisms and toxins. Genetics and lifestyle factors, including diet, antibiotics and other drugs, and exposure to the natural environment, affect the composition of the microbiota, which influences host… CONTINUE READING
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