Gaining mechanistic insight with microbiome analysis
The human microbiome consists of a vast number of microorganisms, ranging from bacteria to fungi, that live in and on the body.
It is becoming increasingly clear that the microbiome is important in human health, with commensal microbes providing protection from pathogens, increasing nutrient absorption, improving bowel habits, reducing inflammation, and modifying drug pharmacokinetics.
Our research teams provide considerable expertise in extracting, analyzing, and interpreting sequencing data from microbiome samples to ensure you get accurate and consistent data.
We can help you with metagenomic analysis for functional characterization.
Because we understand that you face many challenges in your research, our Genomics and Bioinformatics services are fully customizable to ensure you can efficiently and rapidly reach your human microbiome research goals.
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