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Microbiome Coalition
Advancing appropriate regulation, needed investment, and infrastructure in the microbiome space.
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NCIMB Ltd May 27
Microbiomes are so important for the health of humans, and the whole planet, 2019 is definitely a day worth supporting.
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Boushra Dalile May 24
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Amy Proal May 24
Wow! 👉 This team found that 84% of patients w/ acute ischemic had bacterial DNA in their blood clots removed from the ☝️oral viridans streptococci (already connected to ) was the most common organism identified in the clots
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Microbiome Coalition May 22
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Microbiome Coalition May 22
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But also an opportunity here: The panel cited the lack of large longitudinal, cohort studies as a principal deciding factor and agreed that this should be a future research priority. These data are needed to confirm the role of the human as a key driver.
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Microbiome Coalition May 22
Essential release from the International Consortium! Despite supporting evidence from animal & human studies, there is currently NO direct evidence that human commensal microbiome is a key determinant in the aetiopathogenesis of cancer.
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McHeyzer-Williams May 18
| Changes in host–microbiota interactions over evolutionary time | Erica & Justin Sonnenburg
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Amy Proal May 15
This is an extremely informative article on the healthy human blood 👉 “although a contentious concept, evidence for the existence of a healthy human -microbiome is steadily accumulating.”
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Pat Schloss May 14
A lot of overnight discussion on the history of metagenomics. If you want an authoritative description of the field through the 2004 publications of the AMD (Banfield) and Sargasso Sea (Venter) check out our review
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Kristina Campbell, microbiome science writer May 10
Nope, it wasn't the first trial of fecal microbiota transplantation for obesity. Max Nieuwdorp & colleagues published one in 2017. Nope, the results weren't mixed. FMT simply didn't work. (Pro tip: don't believe everything you read in a press release)
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Lydia Ramsey May 6
After hearing about the FBI raid on uBiome, I did some FOIA-ing. The FTC had logged more than two dozen complaints from customers over the past few years, most of which had to do with billing:
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The Wall Street Journal May 6
Health startup uBiome said it would suspend two lab tests, a new sign of trouble at the company. The FBI searched uBiome's offices last month.
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Microbiome Coalition May 6
In late April, raided the company's offices in San Francisco as part of an investigation into 's billing practices. Following the raid, uBiome's cofounders and co-CEOs Jessica Richman and Zac Apte were placed on administrative leave.
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Dalton Price May 6
U.S. Sen. is calling on the to declare an emergency & unlock special funding to stem drug-resistant fungus Candida Auris that’s spreading at healthcare facilities. He hopes extra funding can boost testing & raise public awareness.
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Elisabeth Bik May 5
Upcoming event: Women in Bio - San Francisco: "New Innovations and Applications for Microbiomes" May 21, at in San Francisco.
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Todd McKenzie May 4
Epstein-Barr virus protein can “switch on” risk genes for autoimmune diseases
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Dr. Kim Barrett May 3
Fructose and metabolic health: governed by hepatic glycogen status? - Hengist - - The Journal of Physiology - Wiley Online Library Important new review in
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Kristin Anderson May 1
“One study... looked at the effect of probiotics on the immune system, and found that cancer patients taking these supplements were less likely to respond to immunotherapy” Thanks for doing such important work
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Kristina Campbell, microbiome science writer May 1
This case series starts to connect dots between diet & C. difficile infection through the microbiome: it describes 3 pediatric patients who reduced C. diff colonization or stopped recurrent infections by modifying diet (using SCD or a variation thereof).
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Microbiome Coalition Apr 29
Industry analysts forecast the global human market to grow at a CAGR of 14.19% during the period 2018-2023. And indeed, rising demand in developing countries is a significant factor in stimulating market demand.
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