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The Best Microbiome Articles of 2017

Human Microbiome

2017 has been another big year for microbiome research. Not only is funding at an all-time high but the shift from 16S to whole-genome sequencing means that we are able to deduce the role it plays in health more effectively.

Outside the industry, there’s whispers of a ‘skinny microbiome’ and ‘fixing the gut’ and individuals are embracing the ‘microbiome diet’. After featuring in popular media such as the BBC’s ‘Trust me, I’m a Doctor’ and Channel 4’s ‘The Truth About Slim People’, it’s safe to say that the microbiome has gone mainstream.

As we near the end of 2017, it’s time to look back and reflect in order to move forward. Below, you’ll find 5 of the best microbiome articles of the year.

1. The Big List of Microbiome Companies and Investors

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Whether you’re just curious or looking for an investor from seed to series, you’re sure to find something useful.

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2. Probiotics on the Skin: An Undiscovered World

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Probiotic approaches to moderating the skin microbiome and the differences between them.

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3. Engineering the Microbiome – The Next Frontier

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Microbial ecology and synthetic biology are becoming allies in the race to develop novel therapeutic strategies.

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4. 11 Lessons From Microbiome Research That Changed the way we Approach Microbes

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No longer the enemy, the field of microbiome research has forever changed the way we approach microbes.

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5. Probiotics: Market Trends and Opportunities 2017

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From probioli to pet probiotics, some of the key trends in the probiotic market are summarised.

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Where do you see microbiome research heading? Let us know in the comments below.

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