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Gut microbiome influenced heavily by social circles in lemurs, UT study says

(University of Texas at Austin) Social group membership is the most important factor in structuring gut microbiome composition, even when considering shared diet, environment and kinship, according to research on lemurs at The University of Texas at Austin.
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