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Published on Jun 5, 2011
Professor Trevor Marshall's presentation on May 25, 2011 at the "NeuroTalk 2011" congress in Dalian, China. In it he summarizes the way that persistent intraphagocytic microbes, a component of the Human Microbiome, exert metagenomic and proteomic interference with the metabolism of their host cells, causing chronic disease, both neurodegenerative and 'autoimmune' in nature.