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Emerg Top Life Sci (2021) ETLS20210213.
Published: 15 November 2021
...Kristen D. Curry; Michael G. Nute; Todd J. Treangen Associations between the human gut microbiome and expression of host illness have been noted in a variety of conditions ranging from gastrointestinal dysfunctions to neurological deficits. Machine learning (ML) methods have generated promising...
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Emerg Top Life Sci (2018) 2 (4): 469–482.
Published: 14 December 2018
... microbiome approaches, archaea-specific protocols reveal a wide diversity and high quantity of archaeal signatures in various human tissues, with up to 1 : 1 ratios of bacteria and archaea in appendix and nose samples. The archaeome interacts closely with the bacteriome and the human body cells, whereas...
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Emerg Top Life Sci (2017) 1 (4): 401–409.
Published: 30 November 2017
... to these questions. There is daunting complexity around this; in fact, many of these proteins have never been studied before. This article is an introduction to the field of metaproteomics in the context of the human microbiome. It summarizes where we are and what we have learnt so far. The focus will be on faecal...
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Emerg Top Life Sci (2017) 1 (4): 287–296.
Published: 30 November 2017
...Julian R. Marchesi; Liam P. Shaw; Andrew M. Smith; Adam P. Roberts The human microbiome is receiving a great deal of attention as its role in health and disease becomes ever more apparent. The oral microbiome, perhaps due to the ease with which we can obtain samples, is arguably the most well...
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Emerg Top Life Sci (2017) 1 (4): 297–312.
Published: 30 November 2017
...Julian R. Marchesi; David W. Cleary; Stuart C. Clarke Human microbiomes have received increasing attention over the last 10 years, leading to a pervasiveness of hypotheses relating dysbiosis to health and disease. The respiratory tract has received much less attention in this respect than...
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Emerg Top Life Sci (2017) 1 (4): 363–372.
Published: 30 November 2017
... of the female urogenital tract and its relationship with health and disease. Key factors involved in the modulation of vaginal microbiome stability and structure, such as endocrine, immune and inflammatory pathways, are considered in the context of a woman's life cycle and disease pathogenesis...
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Emerg Top Life Sci (2017) 1 (1): 55–63.
Published: 07 April 2017
... to the host microbiome makes them a highly desirable therapeutic. This review makes a case for the implementation of bacteriocins as therapeutic antimicrobials, either alone or in combination with existing antibiotics to alleviate the AMR crisis and to lessen the impact of antibiotics on the host microbiome...