A new method for the analysis of fiber chemical compositions of the human gut

The researchers found that different levels of the chemical compounds they identified, such as those produced by the bacteria Bacillus subtilis and Candida albicans, could be found in the gut.

This suggests that there might be more information about the microbial communities in the human body than previously thought.

It is not yet clear how the researchers made their determination.

The researchers say that future studies are necessary to test this theory.