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Tag: microbiome therapeutics

Gut-brain axis insights: why the microbiota holds therapeutic potential for neuro-developmental disorders

Evidence is emerging that there are important connections between the gut microbiome and neurodevelopmental disorders. In a guest post for World Autism Awareness Month this April, Chris Kenji Beer reviews recent discoveries.

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4 ways to ensure probiotic quality that matters

Probiotics have been recommended for many conditions during the past century, ranging from long-term immunomodulatory effects to proven benefits in the management of chronic diseases. There is an increased availability of commercial products containing probiotic strains. Do all of them indeed provide health benefits for their consumers? I am convinced they don’t.

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Harnessing the power of RNA for a healthy gut microbiome

I was a scientist at Los Alamos National Lab in the US when I identified a science-based personalized diet that completely cured my early onset arthritis. I realized that the gut microbiome would play a central role in personalized nutrition and redirected all my science projects towards it. We desperately needed better technology for analysing the gut microbiome and metatranscriptomics offers the best value. It is better than 16S or metagenomic sequencing in two important aspects:

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A Model Approach To Microbiome Therapeutics

By any measure, momentum in the microbiome space keeps building. The 2017 Silicon Valley Bank mid-year Microbiome Investment Trends report provides one of the most up-to-date snapshots: close to USD 1 billion has been invested in microbiome companies globally since 2010, and SVB’s analysts predict the total capital in disclosed equity investments in 2017 alone could be reaching north of USD 400 million by year-end. And my own analysis of Microbiome Partnership Trends, published earlier this year, documents the dramatic increase in partnerships during 2016, a trend that has shown no signs of slowing down.

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