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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess
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Michael D. Frachetti Mar 31
Our collaborative ancient genetics project preprint out on bioXiv! Amazing work by
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Michael D. Frachetti May 10
Nice coverage by of recent papers in - one dealing with Iron Age steppe groups (and more) and the other with the spread of . Short commentary by yours truly at the end ;)
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Vagheesh Narasimhan Jun 6
featuring our lab and the study of ancient DNA to unlock the movement of people in ancient times.
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Vagheesh Narasimhan Jun 11
This is extremely distressing particularly as we hope ancient DNA work is possible from these sites.
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Vagheesh Narasimhan Mar 31
Our work, The Genomic Formation of South and Central Asia, now live . Our new interactive data visualizer is also up We welcome all comments and suggestions.
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EIC Jack Gilbert Jun 7
mSystems is now ranked 12th best Microbiology Journal by
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Cell Host & Microbe Jun 14
The ins & outs of tryptophan. and Co review regulation of in health and disease
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Mani Arumugam Jun 8
Abstract deadline in 2 weeks for our EMBO|EMBL Symposium on Human Microbiome, co-organized with , Peer Bork. Great speakers. Check out the program at
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GutMicrobiota Health Jun 7
[NEW POST] A review of recent updates about the contribution made by gut microbes and metabolites to and related metabolic disorders
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Dana Small Jun 14
Our new paper in cell metabolism is out!
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Dr Grace/Gut Goddess Jun 16
Lol!! MMA-Microbiome ass whooping ... I’m certain microbiome is fairly horrid. You can see on his skin....
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AberdeenFungalGroup Jun 10
Another emerging fungal pathogen in Western Canada and US... Blastomyces helicus (formerly Emmonsia helica)
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GutMicrobiomePapers Jun 16
Dysbiosis and Ecotypes of the Salivary Microbiome Associated With Inflammatory Bowel Diseases and the Assistance in Diagnosis of Diseases Using Oral Bacterial Profiles.
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PaleoAnthropology+ Jun 3
Control of Fire in the Paleolithic: Evaluating the Cooking Hypothesis (2017) - Richard Wrangham (Image: ) via
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PaleoAnthropology+ Jun 15
A male Paranthropus boisei tugs at root (Bronze artist: John Gurche)
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Host-microbe papers Jun 16
Microbial adaptation to venom is common in snakes and spiders
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Stanley Tang Jun 14
One of the coolest species I worked with. The Eurasian Wryneck, aka, the “snake bird”... the neck twisting (snake mimicking) trick is a good way to scare the predators away.
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Host-microbe papers Jun 16
Prophage induction, but not production of phage particles, is required for lethal disease in a microbiome-replete murine model of enterohemorrhagic E. coli infection
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Dinesh Barupal Jun 15
The blood has made a good progress in the past decade. It can be attributed to larger MS/MS libraries, faster and sensitive MS instrument, higher m/z accuracy, better software and broader targeted methods.
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Banting & Best Diabetes Centre Jun 15
Patricia Brubaker, PhD, CRC, FRSC, studies the mechanisms regulating secretion of the gut hormone, GLP-1, a natural antidiabetic peptide that is used clinically to treat patients with type 2 diabetes. 2/3
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