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Robert Bonakdar MD Jul 10
Great piece I was interviewed for on 'First Evidence' Links Gut Bacteria, . Deborah Brauser nicely summarizes the recent publication in Pain on how the can be a clue . article here:
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Dr Tiffany Taft Jul 10
Picked up my daughter from day camp yesterday & she was so dirty from playing outside. My 1st reaction: "oh come on, really?" Then I remembered she's the child of a mom with delivered via c-section. So you keep on diversifying that , little one.
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Thinking Autism Jul 13
"Dysbiosis of the gut microbiota is believed to be involved in the pathogenesis of not only diseases that primarily affect the gastrointestinal tract but also other less obvious diseases, including neurologic, rheumatologic, metabolic, hepatic, and other illnesses."
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Peter van Baarlen 3h
Toward doping? 😉Athletes' gut Veillonella boost human performance by transforming energy-draining lactate into energy-boosting propionate
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Hall Lab Jul 13
Delighted to share the 1st installment of our study as a preprint: and supplementation to beneficially modulate the preterm infant . Congrats to for leading this team effort
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Berra Erkosar 2h
Our new preprint on and seasonality!
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Claire Duvallet Jul 10
Excited to share my last PhD preprint: "Framework for rational donor selection in FMT trials." We argue that your hypothesized mechanism for involvement in a disease should inform how you select the donors in your FMT trial.
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Mindfit2020 18h
Do you know foods eaten are converted by intestinal bacteria into chemicals that can cause chronic life threatening disease.
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Quadram Institute 21h
Who are the and how do they keep you healthy? Meet your microbes in a giant interactive walkthrough gut and explore the science of the with in the Kids' Area
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Massimiliano Simons Jul 11
Stephan Guttinger on downsides of revolution and how its positive view on and is (ab)used in debates, e.g. alleged 'positive effects' on body: "we need viruses more than vaccins"
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GEN Jul 14
Repairing Food for Malnourished Children Beats Current Therapy:
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Ant_Man Jul 16
Replying to @online_antz
From the article, and bear in mind this is for PHARMA market only (just one of many markets including food and beverage, Skin, agriculture and many more besides), and a tiny fraction of the applications within that sector!
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Kaleido Biosciences Jul 15
Our approach to therapeutics was featured in an article from - read more about our work and how the field is embracing small-molecule and biologic approaches:
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Eric Topol Jul 11
Very impressive gut science to drive the right foods for promoting its maturation and help remedy malnutrition, as shown in a randomized trial of children
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Ivan Liachko 12h
Have you always wanted a metagenomic Hi-C project with all the costs, incl sequencing, paid for by someone else? Well, anything is possible if you believe (and apply for one here - )
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Clara Jul 15
Finally updated my phone, and I am so happy about all those emojis that I will use everytime I speak about 🧬🦠🧫
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Galaxy Diagnostics Jul 15
Advanced mathematicians are being recruited to help describe the complexity of the .
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Necio Health 17h
How diet quality affects the colon's microbiome
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Evolutionary Bioinformatics Jul 15
Great review on small-molecule drugs and biologics that alter the and its interaction with host tissues - Microbiome therapeutics go small molecule
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Ant_Man Jul 15
a picture speaks 1,000 words -we are entering the age of the and it’s going 2 revolutionise EVERYTHING health & wellbeing. Its the reason I’ve built my largest ever position in - OPTI are pioneers at the scientific & commercial forefront
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