Researchers Hunt for a Link Between Microbiome and Autism

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Maude Magali David and Christine Tataru work in a neat and clean office. Sitting on bright pink exercise balls, the research duo analyzes data, occasionally standing to write on a whiteboard.

The tidy setting belies the nature of the less-than-sanitary subject of their work.

David and Tataru are interested in poop. Specifically, Read More ...

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