The Human Microbiome Project expands the toolbox for studying host and microbiome interactions

Posted by: | June 3, 2019 | Comments

Transportation Affects Gut Microbiome of Laboratory Mice

Results from three long-term studies following host and microbiome characteristics during pregnancy and preterm birth, inflammatory bowel disease, and prediabetes have expanded our understanding of how humans and microbes interact and the resulting consequences for our health. The studies were funded as part of a second phase of the National Institutes of Health’s Human Microbiome Project (HMP). Key findings, datasets and new techniques developed over the course of this phase were published in a series of research articles in the Nature family of journals.

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