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Comments

Sounds like a lot of "laws of nature" and "just apply it" without "significantly more" to me...

Wouldn't it be obvious to try to return man's gut to its natural working state?


Kidding - just kidding....

Microbiome manipulation has already shown therapeutic efficacy. Under SCOTUS case law, none of this is likely to be patentable, however.

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