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Eliminating Bacteria, Changing Lifestyle May Lower Risk in Those Genetically ... - Newswise (press release)

Eliminating Bacteria, Changing Lifestyle May Lower Risk in Those Genetically ... - Newswise (press release) | translational microbiome | Scoop.it
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Obesity Researchers Have Been Looking At The Wrong Gene – Phenomena: Not Exactly Rocket Science

Obesity Researchers Have Been Looking At The Wrong Gene – Phenomena: Not Exactly Rocket Science | translational microbiome | Scoop.it
If you were investigating a crime scene, you wouldn't just accuse the nearest bystander. The real culprit could be miles away. In 2007, a team of British researchers announced that a specific versi...
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Mice continue to play a role in understanding human conditions. 

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Genomics of Long lived Mammals - Vadim Gladyshev

Source - http://serious-science.org/videos/277 Harvard Prof. Vadim Gladyshev on UCP1, p16 proteins, the Brandt's bat and the naked mole rat phenomena.
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Rodents aid in solving questions about aging

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Gut bacteria essential for immune cell development - Medical News Today

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Gut bacteria essential for immune cell development
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The human body is home to thousands of species of microbes - collectively known as the microbiome - that we are increasingly coming to realize are essential to health.
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Fighting for survival in the gut: Unravelling the hidden variation in bacteria

Fighting for survival in the gut: Unravelling the hidden variation in bacteria | translational microbiome | Scoop.it
Our intestines harbor an astronomical number of bacteria, around 100 times the number of cells in our body, known as the gut microbiota. These bacteria belong to thousands of species that co-exist, interact with each other and are key to our health.
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Animal models will continue to be key in translating solutions for human health

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2014 James W. Freston Conference — Therapeutic Innovations in Microbiome Research and Technology: A Further Look into Fecal Microbiota Transplantation • American Gastroenterological Association (AGA)

Freston 2014 will focus on gut microbiota and FMT. Register by May 23 and save $150. More details: http://t.co/2wAO6Y7uPA
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Opportunity for learning

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