CATCh – an ensemble classifier for chimera detection in 16S rRNA sequencing studies

CATCh – an ensemble classifier for chimera detection in rRNA sequencing studies

Faecal transplantation alters recipient microbiomes to resemble their donors as revealed by culture-independent 16S rRNA sequencing of faecal microbiomes from donors and recipients.

Faecal transplantation alters recipient microbiomes to resemble their donors as revealed by culture-independent rRNA sequencing of faecal microbiomes from donors and recipients.

Find Out Who’s In Your Gut - The ribosome is the factory that makes proteins and is found in all cells, and fascinatingly it is mostly made of RNA. One RNA subunit, called the 16S rRNA, is especially effective as a barcode for understanding which microbes (specifically, bacteria and archaea) are found in a given sample. This PERK includes DNA extraction and 16S rRNA sequencing of one stool sample

Say Hello to the 100 Trillion Bacteria That Make Up Your Microbiome - The New York Times

While stool samples showed only moderate increases in these genes, oral samples showed significant increases in their prevalence in samples taken from migraine sufferers. 16S rRNA sequencing confirmed that those with migraines had much higher levels of nitrate-reducing bacteria in their mouths. Further analyses indicated that the prevalence of these bacteria was driven by host physiology.

While stool samples showed only moderate increases in these genes, oral samples showed significant increases in their prevalence in samples taken from migraine sufferers. 16S rRNA sequencing confirmed that those with migraines had much higher levels of nitrate-reducing bacteria in their mouths. Further analyses indicated that the prevalence of these bacteria was driven by host physiology.

We Use 16s rRNA, 18s rRNA Sequencing & 26s rDNA ITS Region analysis to correctly identify the Microbes.

We Use 16s rRNA, 18s rRNA Sequencing & 26s rDNA ITS Region analysis to correctly identify the Microbes.

Analysis of Microbial Communities from 16S rRNA Sequencing  Posted by: RNA-Seq Blog in Presentations 20 mins ago	0 39 Views  Dr. Christo...

Analysis of Microbial Communities from rRNA Sequencing

High-throughput 16S rRNA gene sequencing reveals alterations of intestinal microbiota in myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome patients

High-throughput rRNA gene sequencing reveals alterations of intestinal microbiota in myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome patients

Brain Biota   Branton WG Lu JQ Surette MG Holt RA Lind J Laman JD Power C.Brain microbiota disruption within inflammatory demyelinating lesions inmultiple sclerosis.Sci Rep. 2016 Nov 28;6:37344. doi: 10.1038/srep37344.  Microbial communities reside in healthy tissues but are often disrupted during disease. Bacterial genomes and proteins are detected in brains from humans nonhuman primates rodents and other species in the absence of neurological disease. We investigated the composition and…

Brain Biota Branton WG Lu JQ Surette MG Holt RA Lind J Laman JD Power C.Brain microbiota disruption within inflammatory demyelinating lesions inmultiple sclerosis.Sci Rep. 2016 Nov 28;6:37344. doi: 10.1038/srep37344. Microbial communities reside in healthy tissues but are often disrupted during disease. Bacterial genomes and proteins are detected in brains from humans nonhuman primates rodents and other species in the absence of neurological disease. We investigated the composition and…

Genomic Services - DNA Sequencing, Microbial Identification by 16s rRNA / 18s rRNA sequencing

Genomic Services - DNA Sequencing, Microbial Identification by rRNA / rRNA sequencing

16S rRNA Next Generation Sequencing Analysis Shows Bacteria in Alzheimer’s Post-Mortem Brain

rRNA Next Generation Sequencing Analysis Shows Bacteria in Alzheimer’s Post-Mortem Brain

High-throughput 16S rRNA gene sequencing reveals alterations of intestinal microbiota in myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome patients.

High-throughput rRNA gene sequencing reveals alterations of intestinal microbiota in myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome patients.

2017-Different Microbial Communities Live Along Female Reproductive Tract:To explore the microbial composition of the female reproductive tract, a BGI-Shenzhen-led team of researchers collected samples from about a hundred women for 16S rRNA sequencing. As the team reported in Nature Communications today, it found that there was a continuum of microbes along the female reproductive tract. The team also found that certain microbes were more common among women with adenomyosis or…

Different Microbial Communities Live Along Female Reproductive Tract

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