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AuthorAl-Thani, Asma
AuthorMarei, Hany E.
AuthorHamdi, Wedad S.
AuthorNasrallah, Gheyath K.
AuthorEl Zowalaty, Mohamed E.
AuthorAl Khdor, Souhaila
AuthorAl-Asmakh, Maha
AuthorAbdel-Aziz, Hassan
Available date2015-12-27T10:12:06Z
Publication Date2016-02
Publication NameJournal of Cellular Physiologyen_US
CitationAlthani, Asmaa, et al, "Human Microbiome and Its Association With Health and Diseases", Journal of Cellular Physiology, 2015
ISSN0021-9541
ISSN1097-4652 (online)
URIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jcp.25284
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/3993
AbstractHuman microbiota are distinct communities of microorganisms that resides at different body niches. Exploration of the human microbiome has become a reality due to the availability of powerful metagenomics and metatranscriptomic analysis technologies. Recent advances in sequencing and bioinformatics over the past decade help provide a deep insight into the nature of the host-microbial interactions and identification of potential deriver genes and pathways associated with human health, well-being, and predisposition to different diseases. In the present review, we outline recent studies devoted to elucidate the possible link between the microbiota and various type of diseases. The present review also highlights the potential utilization of microbiota as a potential therapeutic option to treat a wide array of human diseases.
Languageen
PublisherWiley
SubjectHuman microbiome
Subjecthost-microbial interactions
Subjectdysbiosis
Subjectcancer
Subjectmetabolism
SubjectObesity
Subjectneurodegenerative
Subjectgut microbiome
Subjectglobal health
Subjectprebiotics
Subjectprobiotics
Subjectsynbiotics
Subjectdiseases
Subjecthealth
Subjectvirome
TitleHuman microbiome and its association with health and diseases
TypeArticle


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