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Topic - Bruce Birren
"We don't all have the same bacteria although they all seem to have been organized to do the same things," Birren said.
Those bacterial genes produce substances that perform specific jobs, some of which play critical roles in the health and development of their human hosts, said Dr. Bruce Birren of the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, another of the project's investigators.