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26th June 2020 A group of gut bacteria is linked with high genetic risk of rheumatoid arthritis, according to new...Continue reading
24th June 2020 Gut bacteria could be key players when it comes to reducing your risk of type 2 diabetes,...Continue reading
RT @rosespenfold: Twins born together, do antibody studies together #whoiswho @TwinsUKres https://t.co/uccSfByZGV
RT @rosespenfold: https://t.co/HsMFqwlbjg - Great writeup by Paz Garcia on the adaptive approach to research taken by the @TwinsUKres team…
RT @CLOSER_UK: 🔔In the first of our #COVID19: Perspectives blog series, @SciencePaz shares insights into how the @TwinsUKres team quickly…
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What's the link between #gutbacteria and #rheumatoidarthritis? Prevotella associated with high risk genes for RA and early stages. By @PhilippaWells1, @DrClaireSteves, @FrancesKWilliam, @ruthcbowyer and more.…