Humanizing the gut microbiota of mice: Opportunities and challenges

Posted by: | August 28, 2018 | Comments

Humanizing the gut microbiota of mice: Opportunities and challenges

On August 8, 2018, Randi Lundberg, DVM, PhD published a review paper titled, Humanizing the gut microbiota of mice: Opportunities and challenges in the journal, Laboratory Animals. The author acknowledges the need for in vivo models to study the human microbiome’s interaction with a biologically relevant host. Mice are one of the most popular animal models used in biomedical research and have been adopted as one of the primary animal models used in microbiome research.

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