Evolutionary trends in host physiology outweigh dietary niche in structuring primate gut microbiomes

Katherine R. Amato, Jon G. Sanders, Se Jin Song, Michael Nute, Jessica L. Metcalf, Luke R. Thompson, James T. Morton, Amnon Amir, Valerie J. McKenzie, Gregory Humphrey, Grant Gogul, James Gaffney, Andrea L. Baden, Gillian A.O. Britton, Frank P. Cuozzo, Anthony Di Fiore, Nathaniel J. Dominy, Tony L. Goldberg, Andres Gomez, Martin M. KowalewskiRebecca J. Lewis, Andres Link, Michelle L. Sauther, Stacey Tecot, Bryan A. White, Karen E. Nelson, Rebecca M. Stumpf, Rob Knight, Steven R. Leigh

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