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Does your microbiome give away your age?

A collaborative US and Chinese study has found that the microbial communities present on our skin and in our mouths can predict your age, within a margin of several years. Additionally, they found a loss of key bacterial species in older participants, suggesting a potential anti-aging target.

FoG 2020 Presentation Laura Cunningham, DNA Genotek: Tools and Techniques to Accelerate Microbiome Discovery

Laura Cunningham, Product Manager at DNA Genotek spoke at the Festival of Genomics 2020.

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 6th August

Check out the latest Genomics Week in Brief – full of intriguing news and research from the genomics space! Top […]

Collagen variant found to protect cancer cells from immune attack

Newly published research using genetically engineered mice models (GEMMs) has shown that pancreatic cancer cells produce a unique form of […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: Exploring The Deep Sea – Peter Girguis, Harvard University

Peter Girguis is a Professor in the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University. Peter’s research explores extreme […]

IL-33 secreting senescent cells offer new target for obesity-based liver cancer

New research has discovered how senescent cells and their secretion of IL-33 can encourage immunosuppression and tumour expansion in obesity-linked […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 10th June

Check out the latest Genomics Week in Brief – full of intriguing news and research from the genomics space! Top […]

Genomics week in brief: Week ending 27th May

Check out the latest Genomics Week in Brief – full of intriguing news and research from the genomics space! Top […]

A good gut could help with stem cell transplants

The presence of unconventional T cells may explain the link between diverse intestinal microbiomes and better outcomes after stem cell transplants. […]

Tabula Sapiens: A comprehensive human cell atlas

Researchers have created an atlas, named Tabular Sapiens, for over 400 distinct cell types in humans. Published in Science, the […]