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Nature Medicine Oct 7
A first-in-in-human study evaluates vaginal transplantation from healthy donors as a therapeutic alternative for patients suffering from intractable and recurrent bacterial | |
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eran elinav Oct 7
Excited to share our first-in-human report of Vaginal Microbiome Transplantation (). Congrats Ahinoam , Debra Wohl & for treating intractable
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Noa Novogroder Sep 26
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Reut Hershenhoren Sep 10
alert! 📢⚠️ Registration will close very soon, as we are getting close to a full house. The deadline for abstracts and fellowship applications is indeed Dec 1st, HOWEVER once registration is closed, only registered people will be able to submit or apply
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Gianluca Ianiro Sep 6
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Tal Korem Sep 5
Excited and honored to take part in this amazing program. Thanks & !
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eran elinav Sep 3
Replying to @Mucus_Man @IdoAmitLab
Shai, it’s like comparing 16s to shotgun!
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International Institute of Longevity Sep 2
Interview with Dr. about personalized diets - coming up soon. Stay tuned for the latest insights on and !
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Nature Medicine Aug 27
An assessment of the evidence for the effectiveness of from . Modulating the has its nuances!
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Jack A Gilbert Aug 27
Urrrggghhh - cannot focus on writing this damn paper!
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Ralph Geerling Aug 22
Front row seats for the much anticipated follow up to plenary and he didn’t disappoint! We need personalised solutions based on a person’s native microbiome in probiotic formulations to effectively treat dysbiosis
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Shaira Baptista Aug 20
Great presentation by on how can be used to accurately predict and inform personalised nutrition.
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Agnes Ayton Aug 14
I looked into this after reading & paper on personalised nutrition. For me it’s been life transforming. Various health problems, which I thought were age related, are completely gone. Priceless. 🙏🏻
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Yifat Merbl lab Aug 8
Wondering how and why we study cellular trash? Check out our new review on how to study degradation and highlighting our method for Great job !
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Dr. Lorenz Adlung Aug 5
Gigantic mazal tov to our beloved circadian Samurai, Dr. Timur Tuganbaev, for defending his in the today | 🍣🕙🔄🦠💊🔓
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Andrew Jermy Aug 1
Great to see publishing negative results / refutation studies. Sure there will be plenty of submissions following this, from outside of the microbiome field too. Looking forward to seeing many more published!
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Nonia Pariente Jul 31
Results from the analysis of >500 pregnancies: Human placenta has no microbiome but can contain potential pathogens ⁦
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KorenLab Jul 30
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Weizmann Institute Jul 24
Weizmann Institute researchers have shown in mice that intestinal microbes may affect the course of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease
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nature Jul 22
The development of ALS may be modulated by the gut microbiome, according to a Nature report. The study is the first known report of a functional link between the microbiome and the neurodegenerative disease.
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