Microbiology - Whole body vibration adjusts the microbiome and immune cells to deter inflammation in diabetes
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  August 22, 2019  
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#ALT# Automation of Bacterial Transformation Processes

The process of bacterial transformation involves the introduction of foreign plasmid DNA into a bacterial cell. The transformation of DNA into bacteria cells, for example, Escherichia coli (E. coli), is an important molecular biology method used for the analysis of bacteria itself as well as for the storage and/or replication of plasmids.

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   Whole body vibration adjusts the microbiome and immune cells to deter inflammation in diabetesWhole body vibration adjusts the microbiome and immune cells to deter inflammation in diabetes
 
In the face of diabetes, a common condition in which glucose and levels of destructive inflammation soar, whole body vibration appears to improve how well our body uses glucose as an energy source and adjust our microbiome and immune cells to deter inflammation, investigators report.
 
   Genetics may influence the composition of the microbiome more than environmental factorsGenetics may influence the composition of the microbiome more than environmental factors
 
Researchers have found that the microbiome is influenced by genetics much more than it is by the maternal birth environment.
 
 Type 1 diabetes linked to gut microbiome and genetic factors
 
Type 1 diabetes linked to gut microbiome and genetic factorsA new study has revealed that the gut microbiome of children with a high genetic risk of developing type 1 diabetes is markedly different from those who have a low risk of the condition.
 
 
 Geneticists prove therapeutic effects of probiotics on vaginal health
 
Geneticists prove therapeutic effects of probiotics on vaginal healthScientists have found strong evidence that three genes from Lactobacillus species can mediate adhesion to the vaginal epithelium.
 
 
 Does the Microbiome Interact with the Human Endocrine System?
 
Does the Microbiome Interact with the Human Endocrine System?Whilst the effect of the microbiome on the digestive system has been studied over the past decade, the understanding of its effect on the endocrine system is less well understood.