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The work of Dr. Gordon and colleagues has generated a lot of excitementabout the gut microbiome and its impact on health and disease, and their recent work is no different. After a first read, this substantial Science paper (see link in … Continue reading
You’ve successfully turned your clinical or environmental DNA sample into a plethora of sequence information and you’re starting to analyze it with starry-eyed optimism. Or perhaps, you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed and aren’t sure where to start. Not to worry, … Continue reading
Are you itching to know what secrets lay in the nucleic acid of your favourite microbe? Are you curious in learning how to go from an environmental/clinical sample to revealing its microbial composition? On Friday July 13th from 12PM to 1PM … Continue reading