Bugs, microbes and death can inform the living

A Michigan State University study, published in the current issue of Nature Scientific Reports, shows that the postmortem microbiome -- populations of micro-organisms that move in after death -- can provide crucial insights into public health. What's telling is that regardless of many factors -- sex, ethnicity or even type of death -- the microbiome is consistent and distinct, depending on the number of days after death.

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