A study about the microbiome and resistome of members of an isolated Yanomami Amerindian village with no documented previous contact with Western people reveals that they harbor a microbiome with the highest diversity of bacteria and genetic functions ever reported in a human group. These results suggest that westernization significantly affects human microbiome diversity.
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