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About the study:. – in as predictors of recreational, financial, and social risk behavior of testosterone and domain – specific risk : digit Ratio Journal of Personality and Social Psychology was published, authored by Eric Stenstrom, Gad Saad, Marcelo V. Nepomuceno and Zack Mendenhall from Concordia University.

Historically, microbes have been studied in the laboratory as cultures of isolated species, but their growth is dependent upon a specific natural environment, which is often difficult to duplicate. NIH wants to techniques that increase the success rate for both the cultivation of microorganisms and target microbes growing efforts can develop high biomedical interest.

The team is use sulfur-reducing bacteria in the human colon as a test system. These poorly understood bacteria are associated with ulcerative colitis and intra-abdominal infections, but the technology will to the identification to the identification and cultivation of all classes of microbes in the human gut microbiome.Of report is available online. Note:. You have to Adobe Acrobat Reader is review report.

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