Evaluating the Human Microbiome in Health and Disease

Grover Boeneke, Illa Julander

Abstract


Previous research has revealed the emergence of metagenomics which has resulted in the generation of vast data sets of microbial genes. This paper aims to  provide a new pathway to  present in different body habitats. In addition to gene-expression profiling, metaproteomics, next-generation DNA-sequencing methods provide whole-metagenome data. This research identified the differences in microbial composition and function whch are linked to health and disease states in various organs and tissues. Based on the valuable information provided by global parameters of microbial communities regarding the topic of human health status and disease predisposition. Futermore, the resul implemented detailed knowledge of the human microbiome whic wll obtain next-generation diagnostics and therapeutics for various systemic human diseases.

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