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Nick Norwitz Aug 5
Fact of day 170: Artificial sweeteners (saccharin, sucralose, or aspartame) screw up to induce glucose intolerance, precursor to metabolic syndrome, , etc.
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jacquelynn benjamino 8m
Excited to present my latest paper using genome-based targeted sequencing for analysis! Check it out!
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Kristen Jakobitz 21m
Your first dose of microbes is at birth when you pass through your mother’s birth canal. Your changes during the first 1-3 years of life, influenced by microbes in breast milk, antibiotics & your first solid foods, setting the tone for your for life.
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Kristen Jakobitz Aug 6
There’s no quick fix when it comes to balancing bacteria. The best way to have a significant and lasting positive impact on your is to eat a healthier diet with lots of fiber-rich foods and less refined sugar, artificial sweeteners, and gluten.
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Jordan A. Greer 39m
It’s DONE—Published author in the houuuuuse. I take a look into the effects of on the of the maritime
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Dr. Leigh Frame 🍎🥕🍋🥦🍇 Aug 6
Is important for disease? Yes! Standard advice (like eat the rainbow) is even more important for in .
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hutlab Aug 4
Dr. Curtis Huttenhower delivered a virtual talk for today's session of on statistical models for epidemiology studies. Check it out for more details: Also looking forward to Siyuan’s talk about SparseDOSSA on Thursday morning!
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Christopher J. Herna Aug 4
Are you looking for a ? I have an opening in my lab for someone with mouse/orthopaedics experience who wants to learn about the microbiome OR some who has experience and wants to learn some or orthopaedics
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General Automation Lab Technologies (GALT) Aug 6
We are pleased to partner w/ - one of the world’s leading centers - to support the incredible work being done there to expand our understanding of the complex microbial communities found in soil, plants & the human gut. Find out more
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Atanas G. Atanasov Jul 31
Microbiome Research 'Opening Doors' to New Alzheimer's Treatments Other social media channels:
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emmanuel naouri Aug 6
How gut bacteria can break down cholesterol to improve cardiac health
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Melissa Pierce, PhD Aug 6
Our new publication on the sablefish skin is hot 🔥 off the presses! Open-access in Animal Microbiome.
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DOME - Microbial Ecology 🧫🔬🦠🧬 Aug 4
Job vacancy : Tenure-Track Professorship for the field of Cognitive Neuroscience of brain-microbiome interaction The application deadline is 23.09.2020 Please RT
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norma caples Aug 6
INCA Annual Scientific Meeting FREE ONLINE MEETING edge health innovators patient virtual medicine HF, virtual drug titration and remote self care revolution
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Digital Health and Patient Safety Platform Aug 2
Usefulness of Machine Learning-Based Gut Microbiome Analysis for Identifying Patients with Irritable Bowels Syndrome
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Quadram Institute Aug 7
Applications close Sunday for this a technician post supporting two major studies with collection & processing (DNA extraction, bacterial isolation, flow cytometry, tissue culture) of human samples
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Nick Norwitz Aug 7
increases zonulin protein Zonulin affects microbiome and leaky gut tightly linked to autism And zonulin increased is autism Hmm...
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Moran Yassour Aug 3
Our amazing lab manager made this "gut cake" to celebrate our IBD grant 💪🙏👩‍🎓
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Sujatha Srinivasan Aug 6
Excited to share our study of nongonococcal urethritis in men who have sex with men and men who have sex with women by investigators . See . Also see accompanying editorial commentary. .
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Science Immunology Aug 6
., and colleagues at , have pinpointed the master conductor of T cell-independent responses in the that helps compose a diverse and healthy :
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