Researchers have studied a key difference between the microbiome of lab mice and humans caused by rodents' tendency to eat their own faeces, which they say could have wide-ranging implications to numerous research areas
Delegate registration is open for the IPA World Congress + Probiota Americas in Washington DC, with speakers already confirmed covering topics including postbiotics, the changing retail landscape, microbes and the mitochondria, and fermented foods.
Shedding light on how commensal bacteria may protect against colonization and contagion of potentially antibiotic resistant bacteria, a new study from Imperial College London offers a glimpse into possible population-level protection.
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