A surge in research projects on the human microbiome—the complex ecosystem of microorganisms in the human gastrointestinal tract—is bolstering scientific understanding of health, disease and environment. Much of the research has focused on gut bacteria and viruses, leaving a third factor—fungi—little studied.
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