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Karen Guillemin: “Molecular dialogues with the microbes inside us”

Karen Guillemin: “Molecular dialogues with the microbes inside us”
 

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Part of the “Microbes and the Modern World: From the Globe to the Gut” lecture series.

Karen Guillemin, associate professor of biology in UO’s Institute of Molecular Biology, “Molecular dialogues with the microbes inside us.” Guillemin, the 2012 R. E. Dyer lecturer for the National Institutes of Health, studies interactions between microbes and their animal hosts. She describes interactions between microbes living in the guts of zebra fish and the implications for understanding how humans interact with these microbial guests.


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