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Experts calculate that there are about 48 billion bacteria inside our body, some of them commensals, others symbionts and others potentially pathogenic. For this reason, it is estimated that one kilo of the total weight of the human being may correspond to microorganisms. Even so, obtaining the exact number of bacterial colonies in the individual is impossible.

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