Ilseung Cho Martin J. Blaser
The Human Microbiome: At the Interface of Health and Disease
August 14, 2019 Comments.. 890
The Human Microbiome At the Interface of Health and Disease Interest in the role of the microbiome in human health has burgeoned over the past decade with the advent of new technologies for interrogating complex microbial communities The large scale dynamics o
  • Title: The Human Microbiome: At the Interface of Health and Disease
  • Author: Ilseung Cho Martin J. Blaser
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Interest in the role of the microbiome in human health has burgeoned over the past decade with the advent of new technologies for interrogating complex microbial communities The large scale dynamics of the microbiome can be described by many of the tools and observations used in the study of population ecology Deciphering the metagenome and its aggregate genetic informatInterest in the role of the microbiome in human health has burgeoned over the past decade with the advent of new technologies for interrogating complex microbial communities The large scale dynamics of the microbiome can be described by many of the tools and observations used in the study of population ecology Deciphering the metagenome and its aggregate genetic information also can be used to understand the functional properties of the microbial community Both the microbiome and metagenome probably have important functions in health and disease their exploration is a frontier in human genetics.
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