Here are three training videos for the Opus23 suite of bioinformatic software apps I’ve coded. They’re kinda technical, but constitute almost a short course in genomics and the microbiome in and of themselves. Enjoy!
Category Archives: Microbiome
Studies are increasingly indicating that almost any change you make to the diet changes your gut microbiota. Those changes might be slight, and in fact difficult to predict from person to person, but they are there. Now new research seems to indicate that eating white button mushrooms daily can act as a prebiotic by improving
Trehalose is a sugar consisting of two molecules of glucose. However unlike the sugar on top of a jelly doughnut, it does not display the qualities of glucose when introduced into the body as it resists breakdown back into the simple sugars. Trehalose has high water retention capabilities, and is used in food, cosmetics, and