Incredible Stanford study discovers thousands of novel proteins produced by human microbiome

The study offers hypotheses as to the function of some of these small protein families, based on their genomic neighborhood, prevalence across certain human body sites, and other factors. Some of the newly discovered small protein families, for example, share genetic traits with previously discovered proteins known to enhance antibiotic resistance.

The study offers hypotheses as to the function of some of these small protein families, based on their genomic neighborhood, prevalence across certain human body sites, and other factors. Some of the newly discovered small protein families, for example, share genetic traits with previously discovered proteins known to enhance antibiotic resistance.

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