Key difference between humans and other mammals is skin deep, says study

While humans and other species share some of the same genetic information, new research found that humans are unique among mammals when it comes to the types and diversity of microorganisms on our skin. This difference could have implications for our health and immune systems.

Key difference between humans and other mammals is skin deep, says study

While humans and other species share some of the same genetic information, new research found that humans are unique among mammals when it comes to the types and diversity of microorganisms ...

Mon 11 Jun 18 from Phys.org

Key difference between humans and other mammals is skin deep, Mon 11 Jun 18 from ScienceDaily

Key difference between humans and other mammals is skin deep, says study, Mon 11 Jun 18 from Eurekalert

Human Hygiene Has Completely Changed Skin Microbiome

NewsHumans have domesticated themselves, and it appears we have thus changed the ecosystem on our very flesh, according to a new study by biologists.Staff Author: Seth AugensteinTopics: Biology

Tue 12 Jun 18 from Laboratory Equipment

Among mammals, humans have fewer mirobes on skin: study

Living in homes, bathing and wearing clothing may all have contributed to the unique makeup of microbial communities

Tue 12 Jun 18 from The Hindu

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