Microbiome News and Research

Latest Microbiome News and Research

Decreased bacterial diversity in gut linked with CRC risk

Decreased bacterial diversity in gut linked with CRC risk

US may be losing ground as the leader in biomedical research

US may be losing ground as the leader in biomedical research

Restoring helpful bacteria of the gut and intestines may treat patients with RCDI, find scientists

Restoring helpful bacteria of the gut and intestines may treat patients with RCDI, find scientists

Special issue on Helicobacter pylori provides new insights into diagnosis, prevention and treatment

Special issue on Helicobacter pylori provides new insights into diagnosis, prevention and treatment

New evidence shows probiotics offer enormous potential for treatment of depression

New evidence shows probiotics offer enormous potential for treatment of depression

TAILORED-Treatment project to increase effectiveness of antibiotics receives EU funding

TAILORED-Treatment project to increase effectiveness of antibiotics receives EU funding

Gluten in the diet may modify intestinal microbiome, increasing incidences of Type 1 diabetes

Gluten in the diet may modify intestinal microbiome, increasing incidences of Type 1 diabetes

Pregnant women may transmit effects of stress to child by way of bacteria in vagina and placenta

Pregnant women may transmit effects of stress to child by way of bacteria in vagina and placenta

Study: Interactions between inflammation and changes in gut microbiota may result in colon tumors

Study: Interactions between inflammation and changes in gut microbiota may result in colon tumors

Researchers link species of intestinal bacteria to onset of rheumatoid arthritis

Researchers link species of intestinal bacteria to onset of rheumatoid arthritis

Probiotics may help keep bad germs at bay

Probiotics may help keep bad germs at bay

New finding could help lead to better treatments for eczema

New finding could help lead to better treatments for eczema

Queen's University is lead partner in £6M global research program to develop new ways to treat CF

Queen's University is lead partner in £6M global research program to develop new ways to treat CF

Low birth weight infants more susceptible to invasive infections

Low birth weight infants more susceptible to invasive infections

Researchers identify C. perfringens type B bacteria believed to trigger multiple sclerosis

Researchers identify C. perfringens type B bacteria believed to trigger multiple sclerosis

Women with common forms of urinary incontinence have various bacteria in bladder

Women with common forms of urinary incontinence have various bacteria in bladder

Two scientists from Gladstone Institutes recognized for their contributions to science, medicine

Two scientists from Gladstone Institutes recognized for their contributions to science, medicine

NIH awards 10 new grants to support genomics research in Africa

NIH awards 10 new grants to support genomics research in Africa

New public resource to help researchers explore data from the NIH human microbiome project

New public resource to help researchers explore data from the NIH human microbiome project

Study on tempol impacted gut bacteria may lead to new treatments for obesity

Study on tempol impacted gut bacteria may lead to new treatments for obesity