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Demystifying the Human Gut Microbiome with Multiomics

Multiomic approaches identify important metabolites from the gut microbiome.

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The approximately 100 trillion bacteria that live in the human gut affect metabolic processes and contribute to gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, and neurological diseases. Multiomic approaches enable researchers to identify signaling molecules produced by the gut microbiome that affect host physiology. However, untargeted metagenomics and metabolomics generate large amounts of unnecessary data, making it difficult to pinpoint relevant pathways.

Download this webinar from Metabolon and DNA Genotek to learn how researchers use the Microbiome SmartPanelTM to profile biologically-relevant microbial and host-derived metabolites and bacterial signaling molecules important for human health and disease.