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B , Forsyth C , French A , Demarais P , Sun Y , Koenig L , Cox S , Engen P , Chakradeo P , Abbasi R , Gorenz A , Burns C , Landay A : A compositional look at the human gastrointestinal microbiome and immune activation parameters in HIV

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Introduction The widespread availability of next-generation sequencing has led to an incredible growth in the number of biodiversity studies. This boom is most prominent in the analysis of microbiome samples originating mainly from soil, water and

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References 1 The Human Microbiome Project Consortium. Structure, function and diversity of the healthy human microbiome. Nature 2012; 486: 207

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Authors: Szilvia Fekete, Dóra Szabó, László Tamás and Gábor Polony

MJ, Plummer NT. Part 1: The human gut microbiome in health and disease. Integr Med. 2014; 13: 17–22. 3 Huttenhower C, Gevers D, Knith R, et al., The Human Microbiome Project

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2017; 168: 1135–1148.e12. 36 Wang Y, Kasper LH. The role of microbiome in central nervous system disorders. Brain Behav Immun. 2014; 38: 1

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microbiota encodes at least 150-fold more genes than the human genome, which is also known as the gut microbiome ( 94 ). The introduction of high-throughput microbial DNA sequencing technologies has enabled profiling of diverse microbial communities in the

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. ( 2011 ). Enterotypes of the human gut microbiome . Nature , 473 ( 7346 ), 174 – 180 . Belkaid , Y. , & Hand , T.W. ( 2014 ). Role of the microbiota in immunity and inflammation

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, Kota K, Sunyaev SR, Weinstock GM, Bork P: Genomic variation landscape of the human gut microbiome. Nature 493, 45–50 (2013) Bork P Genomic variation landscape of the human gut

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Authors: Audrone Muleviciene, Federica D’Amico, Silvia Turroni, Marco Candela and Augustina Jankauskiene

usually have increased levels of Veillonellaceae [ 37 ] and lower relative abundances of Coriobacteriaceae [ 38 ], as we observed in IDA infants. Veillonella spp. are lactate-utilizing bacteria normally present in human microbiomes, especially in

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Authors: Nima Mohammadzadeh, Behrooz Sadeghi Kalani, Shahin Bolori, Azadeh Azadegan, Afsaneh Gholami, Rokhsareh Mohammadzadeh and Faramarz Masjedian Jazi

alteration of gut microbiota and inflammation of gut, we encouraged to compare the microbiome in hospitalized patients with diarrhea and healthy individuals. Materials and Methods Participant and sampling Thirty

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