The AGA FMT National Registry also announces collaborations with American Gut and OpenBiome.
The registry, which promises to be the largest FMT study to date, also announces collaborations with American Gut and OpenBiome.
AGA and the American Gut Project are seeking AGA members interested in having their stool samples analyzed.
Members of the AGA Center for Gut Microbiome Research and Education’s scientific advisory board share some of the most notable microbiome-related papers published this year.
Did you know that we can predict a child’s age based on the bacteria present in a stool sample? Dr. Geoffrey A. Preidis summarizes current knowledge around this fascinating topic.
Recent trials have demonstrated that specific probiotics can alter brain connectivity in healthy individuals. Dr. Premysl Bercik shares evidence of the gut microbiota’s role in the gut-brain axis.