There was this one study, Jeroen Raes opened his eyes. “Brave” laboratory mice, the feces of the terrible fellows are liable to have been by means of a probe into the intestine and Vice-versa. After that, the Intrepid were despondent and suddenly your lab enjoyed brave. “The fact that a behavior can change through transmission of the bacteria to be triggered, I found incredible,” recalls the Belgian microbiologist. Raes a rose with Verve in the growing field of gut flora research, such effects on humans demonstrate. Now that seems to him to be managed, together with the PhD student Mireia Valles-Colomer, and twelve other colleagues.

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