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First Insights into the Diverse Human Archaeome: Specific Detection of Archaea in the Gastrointestinal Tract, Lung, and Nose and on Skin

Koskinen, Kaisa ; Pausan, Manuela R. ; Perras, Alexandra K. ; Beck, Michael ; Bang, Corinna ; Mora, Maximilian ; Schilhabel, Anke ; Schmitz, Ruth ; Moissl-Eichinger, Christine ; Schleper, Christa M. ; Jansson, Janet K.


Human-associated archaea remain understudied in the field of micro-biome research, although in particular methanogenic archaea were found to be regular commensals of the human gut, where they represent keystone species in metabolic processes. Knowledge on the abundance and diversity of human-associated archaea is extremely limited, and little is known about their function(s), their overall role ...


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