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Moscow’s Subway Microbiome Looks Similar to that of New York’s

08:00 EST 14 Feb 2020 | Genetic Engineering News

Underexposure to microbes at an early age is linked to increased risks of allergic and autoimmune diseases. Transportation systems are of particular interest, as they are globally the largest space for interactions between city-dwellers.
ITMO University researchers in Russia discovered that the bacterial world of the Russian capital's subway system might be similar to that of New York's public transportation.

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