|YOU CAN KNOW ABOUT HOW YOUR OWN "MICROBIOME" COULD AFFECT YOU...from others by global networking with your earthlings....|
Posted by Vishva News Reporter on October 11, 2011
|Microbes live in, on and around us all the time, contributing
approximately 2 kilograms to our body masses. Most of them are essential
for our health and live in equilibrium with our bodies. The vast
majority of these microbes live in our guts and breaking this balance
may have various consequences such as obesity or inflammatory bowel
diseases. Knowing which microbes live in us can lead to better,
personalized diets, early diagnosis, and treatment of diseases.
Thus, the original
discoverers of enterotypes launched
my.microbes to coordinate a large-scale scientific
study open to everyone. The study aims to provide new ways of analyzing
any person's gut microbes in the context of samples from many
individuals around the world.
If you would be willing to participate, please download our information
package and join today. You can also contribute without direct
participation, through a generous donation.
|...Please click on the next line to know about this program and your
participation for making your tomorrow "livable harmoniously" with 90
trillion "alien organisms" that you host/support in a symbiotic
relationship in your body of your own 10 trillion cells .....all info in
this sharing is copy-pasted from
|We will analyze the microbial composition and its related functions
from samples that are collected non-invasively from participants. Our
goal is to better understand both the similarities/differences between
microbiota from different individuals and interactions between microbes
MYMICROBE INDIVIDUAL RESULT
|Participants will have an option to see how their sample is used and
obtain a subset of their personal results in the context of all the
|Participants can optionally contact people with similar microbial
profiles around the world to directly share experiences, remedies,
health and diet tips.
Study is now open to public. We are happy to announce that the second
stage of my.microbes study is now open to general public. Please visit
our How to participate page for more details.
People can be classified into one of three gut microbial types called
enterotypes. Read more...
expand a growing network
If you are ready to (anonymously) make your data available to the
scientific community, join the study now. Donations without direct
participation are also welcome.
my.microbes to visit the website and
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THE LATEST RESEARCH ON
to visit the
Life-sciences Knowledge sharing on this PVAF web site...
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