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Research progress on human microecology and infectious diseases

stable genetic characteristics. For example, the flora structure colonized in the intestinal canal changes with the human diet, and this change manifests in the offspring and becomes difficult to reverse. Sonnenburg et al . [ 8 ] used a mouse model and found that a high-fiber diet available to microorganisms can affect the intestinal flora of several generations of mice during which the intestinal flora diversity in mice with a low-fiber diet is reduced, and the decrease in the diversity of pseudo-bacteria is the most obvious. This change in the intestinal flora

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