Microbiome science is an evolving discipline, and new terminology is an important part of any developing field. This article focuses on the glossary of terms used in discussing the microbiome. Read more…
Wherever My Microbiome May Roam
The bacteria, viruses, and other microbes in our digestive tracts, collectively known as the gut microbiome, are increasingly the culprits of our body’s health. These mix of microbes may affect our immune systems, digestion, metabolism, and even how bodies respond to cancer treatments. Read more.
Do gut bacteria make a second home in our brains?
Some research has suggested distant microbes—those living in our gut—might affect mood and behavior and even the risk of neurological disease, but by indirect means. Read more.
A single genetic change in gut bacteria alters host metabolism
New Study provides greater understanding on how the microbiome impacts metabolism. Read more.