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Research agenda for microbiomes, indoor environments, and human health

Even with a growing body of research on microorganisms and humans in indoor environments, many of their interconnections remain unknown, says a new report. The report proposes a research agenda to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the formation, dynamics, and functions of indoor microbiomes that can guide improvements to current and future buildings as well as enhance human health and well-being.
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