Although the world of living things is dominated by microbes, only very little is known about the vast majority of them. Until recently there have been few systematic studies describing the microbes living in soil, water,streams, plants, in the guts and on the bodies of humans and other animals. The team of is deeply interested into any news concerning the microbiome and its interaction with the human, animals, plants as well as the environment.
We therefore blog the newes articles of microbiome studies from pubmed.

In marker gene amplicon sequencing, microbial composition is derived from the abundance of amplicon sequences in the sample data. Traditionally, sequences within a certain similarity threshold were clustered into Operational Taxonomics Units (OTUs). The method of clustering and the value of the threshold have been controversial ever since. A more accurate alternative to the traditional […]

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