The human body is colonized by the microbial cells that are estimated to be as abundant as human cells, yet their genome is roughly 100 times the human genome, providing significantly more genetic diversity.
Emerging evidence indicates that gut microbiota affect the response to anticancer therapies by modulating the host immune system. In this study, we investigated the impact of gut microbiota on immune-mediated trastuzumab antitumor efficacy in preclinical models of...
Infographic on the functions of the microbiota. Source: Dr. Tülay Kuş. Prepared by : Igen Biolab Group
Infographic on diseases influenced by gut microbial metabolism.
Source: Dr. Tülay Kuş
Prepared by: Igen Biolab Group
This analysis identifies increasing compositional uniqueness of the gut microbiome as a component of healthy ageing, which is characterized by distinct microbial metabolic outputs in the blood.
Temporal association between human upper respiratory and gut bacterial microbiomes during the course of COVID-19 in adults
Temporal association between human upper respiratory and gut bacterial microbiomes during the course of COVID-19 in adults SARS-CoV-2 is the cause of COVID-19.
New multivariable prediction model for distinguishing subjects with chronic pancreatitis from control subjects with diseases other than pancreatic disease
Chronic pancreatitis (CP) is a fibroinflammatory syndrome leading to organ dysfunction, chronic pain, an increased risk for pancreatic cancer and considerable morbidity.
The microbiota in the human body has a symbiotic relationship with the human body and plays an important role in cancer treatment.
The microbiota can contribute to both progression and suppression of the disease, including cancer.