Viruses are ubiquitous structures that can infect cells from various forms of life. Determining viral community structure and function in association with health and disease is of increasing interest. This field, also known as viral […]
The brain-gut-microbiota axis is viewed as a novel paradigm in neuroscience and it is abundantly evident that the traditional approaches to developing pharmacological strategies for psychiatric illnesses are no longer yielding results. There has been no […]
Abstract: At Eagle Genomics, we use graph databases to model the biological domain. This enables the scientist to access the relevant information and insight they are looking for in a number of industries, including pharmaceuticals, healthcare […]
Abstract: As vast amounts of high-throughput data are generated from sequencing the microbiome, suitable analysis approaches are needed to effectively evaluate the data and reach robust conclusions to power studies incorporating microbiome research questions. Sequencing […]
Abstract: A wide class of formal statistical methods exist that can be developed and applied to microbiome data. In this talk we present a statistical regression model. Regressing an outcome or dependent variable onto a set […]
Dr Lindsay Hall of the Quadram Institute talks to us about the preterm infant gut microbiota and its modulation.
Kristina Campbell talks to Aoife Brennan to find out how Synlogic is pioneering the development of engineered probiotics to deliver specific functions in the human body to compliment for deficiencies brought about by disease.