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The omnipresence of bacteria in the environment as well as on our own skin makes research on how they affect human health an important topic in the scientific and medical community. But little is known about the identity or function skin bacteria that is found on other mammals.
A new study by researchers at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology reveals corals may let certain bacteria get under its skin.
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