Microbiome News and Research

Latest Microbiome News and Research

Cancer cells produce small amount of collagen that impacts tumor microbiome and immunity

Cancer cells produce small amount of collagen that impacts tumor microbiome and immunity

Antibiotics have sex-specific effects on the gut microbiome, preclinical study finds

Antibiotics have sex-specific effects on the gut microbiome, preclinical study finds

Machine learning models help forecast immunotherapy response from gut microbiomes

Machine learning models help forecast immunotherapy response from gut microbiomes

New way to test vaccines may be as rigorous and stringent as exposure to field strains of malaria

New way to test vaccines may be as rigorous and stringent as exposure to field strains of malaria

Gut-lung axis: Using commensal bacteria to reinforce mucosal immunity

Gut-lung axis: Using commensal bacteria to reinforce mucosal immunity

Identifying a core human microbiome

Identifying a core human microbiome

New microbiome-based predictive models to forecast human health outcomes

New microbiome-based predictive models to forecast human health outcomes

Grant funds research that investigates relationships between certain fungi and specific cancers

Grant funds research that investigates relationships between certain fungi and specific cancers

The pathobiology, host response, and effects of SARS-CoV-2 on the respiratory and intestinal microbiome

The pathobiology, host response, and effects of SARS-CoV-2 on the respiratory and intestinal microbiome

Future SARS-CoV-2 vaccines could hijack commensal bacteria in the gut–lung axis to confer immunity

Future SARS-CoV-2 vaccines could hijack commensal bacteria in the gut–lung axis to confer immunity

Exploring the connection between Parkinson's disease and gut microbiota to uncover potential therapeutic targets

Exploring the connection between Parkinson's disease and gut microbiota to uncover potential therapeutic targets

The Mark Foundation for Cancer Research announces latest ASPIRE awards for eight outstanding projects

The Mark Foundation for Cancer Research announces latest ASPIRE awards for eight outstanding projects

Evonik now offers enteric protected ready to fill capsules EUDRACAP® in IPEC-GMP quality

Evonik now offers enteric protected ready to fill capsules EUDRACAP® in IPEC-GMP quality

Study uncovers a new defense mechanism used by the immune system to combat Candida infections

Study uncovers a new defense mechanism used by the immune system to combat Candida infections

Scientists show how to design "ecological firewalls" for biosphere terraformation

Scientists show how to design "ecological firewalls" for biosphere terraformation

Researchers receive $3.25 million NIH grant to better understand the oral manifestations of HIV

Researchers receive $3.25 million NIH grant to better understand the oral manifestations of HIV

Human milk immune activity may both lower and increase infants’ infectious disease risk

Human milk immune activity may both lower and increase infants’ infectious disease risk

New computer model can accurately predict the communities formed by human gut microbes

New computer model can accurately predict the communities formed by human gut microbes

The Life Sciences; Where are we now, and where are we going?

The Life Sciences; Where are we now, and where are we going?

A Spanish study found traces of environmental pollution in breast milk

A Spanish study found traces of environmental pollution in breast milk