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January 16, 2017

Environmental pollutants have become an increasingly common health hazard. The possible effects of environmental pollutants on gut microbiota and their subsequent effects on health is discussed in highlighted review. 744 more words

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January 10, 2017

A culture-based study of 2000 nasal microbiomes, eye metabolites, cardiorespiratory fitness in breast cancer survivors, Akkermansia from a python, chickpea rhizosphere, tobacco wilt suppression, plant rhizosphere mass spectrometry, phyloSkeleton. 565 more words

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Friday Fellow: Conan the Bacterium

by Piter Kehoma Boll

Most people would agree that 2016 was a hard year. So let’s try to make 2017 better by starting this year with a tough Friday Fellow, actually the toughest of them all: Conan the bacterium, or  380 more words

Friday Fellow

January 4, 2017

Short-chain sugars and lactose intolerance, NEC and bile salts, gut microbiome in women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Brucella in frogs. And since this is a quiet time on the microbiome literature front,  I also included some other interesting microbes in the news. 666 more words

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January 3, 2017

Denture microbiome, insulin resistance and appendix microbiome in obesity, raw milk microbiome, subtropical forest soils, biofilms in drinking water systems, metabolomics of a Mediterranean diet, cell shape and biofilms. 794 more words

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