Study finds over 140,000 virus species in human gut, over half have never been seen before

A new scientific study has found that there are more than 140,000 virus species in the human gut, more than half of which have never been seen before. The study opens up a new avenue for research about how viruses live and affect human health.
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A new scientific study by researchers at the Wellcome Sanger Institute and EMBL’s European Bioinformatics Institute has identified more than 140,000 viral species in the human gut. The study, which was released last month, found that more than half of those species have never been seen before. The researchers said the new data opens up a new avenue for research in understanding how the viruses live in the gut and how it affects human health.

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