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Gut microbiota that impairs normal skeletal growth identified.

Containing a mini-ecology of its own, the human gut contains trillions of bacteria, known as the microbiota, a symbiotic entity crucial for digesting food and regulating the immune system. Gut microbiota also regulates immune processes influencing normal skeletal growth and maturation. This has led to confusion pertaining to the influence of specific microbes on immune-based osteoregulation. Microbes needed for bone

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