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Precision Nutrition and the Microbiome Part II: Potential Opportunities and Pathways to Commercialisation
Mills S, et al. Nutrients 2019 - Review. PMID 31252674 Free PMC article.
However, in many studies a percentage of participants can be defined as 'non-responders' and scientists are beginning to unravel what differentiates these from 'responders;' and it is now clear that an individual's baseline microbiota can influence an individual's response. ...Given the significance of an individual's gut microbiota, we investigate the feasibility of microbiome testing and we discuss guidelines for evaluating the scientific validity of evidence for providing personalised microbiome-based dietary advice. ...
However, in many studies a percentage of participants can be defined as 'non-responders' and scientists are beginning to unravel what differ …
Viromes of one year old infants reveal the impact of birth mode on microbiome diversity
McCann A, et al. PeerJ 2018. Among authors: Mills S. PMID 29761040 Free PMC article.
A previous study has shown that bacterial OTU's (operational taxonomic units) identified in the same infants could not discriminate between birth mode at 12 months of age. ...
A previous study has shown that bacterial OTU's (operational taxonomic units) identified in the same infants could not discriminate b …
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