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Your microbes live on after you die − a microbiologist explains how your necrobiome recycles your body to nourish new life

By Jennifer DeBruyn, Professor of Environmental Microbiology, University of Tennessee
With the help of the microbes that once played an essential role in keeping you alive, the building blocks of your body go on to become a part of other living things.The Conversation

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