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Most exchanges, aside from neo-natal transfer, are fecal-oral. Some exchanges are pneumonic, but the study of those has been limited to pathogens. I am not aware of any studies of direct epithelial contact. In humans, the preponderance of exchanges happen early in life (neo-natal). The current school of thought is that the microbiome is established by ...
The maximum would be 36 child assuming that: It is used IVF By transferring three pre-embryos at each attempt (on average, 1.27 child by pregnancy) After giving birth, it is done one transferring a month (on average, a pregnancy each year) The woman is able to deliver (not necessary fertile) for 30 years.
Nonpathological bacteria Staphylococcus epidermidis on the human skin are part of normal bacterial flora that help to protect against pathogenic bacteria, such as Staphylococcus aureus. You can get "infected" by Staphylococcus epidermidis the same way as by other skin bacteria and you get a potential benefit from them. ...
Every human has it owns unique bacterial biome, and they acquire it the day they are born. Another interesting thing is that the bacteria that each individual acquires gets much of it from there family/parents. An analogy would be portions of bacterial biomes are passed down from generation to generation although each person does generally acquire a unique ...
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