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  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    As a child passes through the birth canal, it is faced with a biofilm of microbes, which it passes through on its way out, into the world. This essential process begins the formation of the baby’s...
  • Life Sciences - 5 Aug 2020
    Clostridium difficile is a Gram-positive bacterium that was isolated from the human gut and was found to be responsible for gastric infections.
  • Life Sciences - 17 Jan 2020
    Over the past decade, there has been a growing body of research that has sought to understand the complex role the microbiome plays in disease regulation. The results of these studies have brought us...
  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    The microbiome is a vital part of many bodily systems, including the digestive system, the immune system, and the skin. The cells of the microbiome interact with the host cells in each system,...
  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    Microscopic research into the human body has shown that each of us has trillions of microbes living within and on the outside of our bodies. The roughly four million genes represented by this...
  • Life Sciences - 21 Dec 2020
    Recent research is uncovering the link between exposure to semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs) and changes in the gut microbiome.
  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    The human microbiome refers to the entire community of microorganisms that live on or in the human body. More specifically, it refers to all of the genes in these microbes, which include bacteria,...
  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    The human body is colonized by thousands of microbial species, together referred to as the microbiome. Humans have about ten times more microbial cells than human cells, and the number of genes...
  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    The placenta is an organ attached to the womb lining that supplies a developing fetus with nutrients and oxygen, as well as removing fetal waste and secreting hormones. The microbiome refers to the...
  • Life Sciences - 26 Feb 2019
    Gut microflora are a major component of the human microbiome and have been the subject of research for many years, but no more so than the past year.