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Microbiome R&D & Business Collaboration Forum presentation slides

Following the Microbiome R&D & Business Collaboration Forum, we have made the following presentation slides from Karoline Faust, Dirk Hadrich, Lesley Hoyles & Jos Seegers available.

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The benefits of lysates vs live probiotic cultures in skincare

Numerous skincare brands incorporate lysates in their formulas. However, few brands are able to harness live and active bacteria in addition to the lysates. Neither is an easy task when it comes to formulation however, we can all acknowledge and appreciate the difficulty in working with live probiotics. So, what are the benefits and is this extra challenge worth the effort?

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FMT-based discovery: from platform to product

Fecal microbiota transplant (FMT) is probably the microbiome based therapy that has received the most media attention. It seems journalists love to talk about poo.

This has given momentum to research in the field. As the amount of trial data and fear of antibiotic resistance grows, FMT is now a much more common treatment for conditions like clostridioides difficile infection (CDI).

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Probiotics Congress: Europe Presentation Slides

Following the Probiotics Congress: Europe, we have made the following presentation slides from Jean-Francois Brugère, Grégory Lambert, Bruno Pot and Koen Venema available.

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The top 4 challenges for microbiome companies – NIZO

Microbiome research is abundant and profoundly inspiring. Whether focusing on cancer drug response, or the more classical field of gut discomfort solutions, we are clearly on the brink of some long-anticipated breakthroughs. But despite the promise, companies in the field face challenges.

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A new phage in Microbiome discovery

The Human Genome Project was the largest collaborative scientific project that is credited with transforming our understanding of human genetics and revolutionizing medical research. It’s completion in 2003 was greeted as a watershed moment in the history of scientific discovery.

Today, a much less heralded collaborative scientific project is underway that may have implications for human health that could be as profound as that of the Human Genome Project. The Human Microbiome Project (HMP) is a National Institutes of Health (NIH)-supported collaboration that develops “research resources to enable the study of the microbial communities that live in and on our bodies and the roles they play in human health and disease”.

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Harnessing microfluidics for high throughput microbiology R&D

The BioMillenia technology platform is based on microfluidics, a technology platform widely used in life sciences, but not necessarily in microbiology. There are some commercial developments of the technology, for example NGS or dPCR platforms, but it’s a very new application in the field of microbiology.

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Gut Microbiome analysis – Getting it right

The cascade of new discoveries relating health and disease to our gut microbiome has spurred the notion that we now find ourselves in the middle of a “microbiome revolution”. Just to mention some recent examples, mechanisms have been demonstrated for gut bacteria contributing to Parkinson’s disease,[1] determining response to immune checkpoint inhibitor cancer therapy,[2] and even autistic behavior when fecal material from autistic children was transplanted into mice.[3]

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