Posts tagged with "microorganisms"



News · 21. February 2019
5 Facts about NGS you did not know. Read more.

News · 20. September 2018
There is no such thing as moral or immoral biology. Biology is well done, or badly done. That’s all. And genetic engineering is a great way to do it well. Microorganisms, especially bacteria and yeasts, are perfectly suited for modifications to cheaply create all the compounds that the industry needs to supply us with the conveniences and must-haves that we value so much today... and that we will value even more in the future! It is the way to go. We should use microorganisms for our own...

News · 16. July 2018
We updated our Microbiome Profiling 3.0 service! What’s new? In addition to profiling bacteria and fungi, we now offer profiling of the archaea community in your samples. Why did we include archaea? The current knowledge about the archaea’s detailed physiological or clinical relevance in humans is rather low but gains more and more interest, especially now since certain taxa have been found in association with conditions such as irritable bowel disease, obesity, anorexia nervosa, but also...