Each individual possesses a unique genetic information, or genome, that is present in all cells in their body. This information, which is stored in the DNA, is determined by the specific nucleotide sequence. However, the DNA sequence is not the only factor that can...
There is an increasing body of research work regarding studies of the gastrointestinal microbiota as the cause of, or potential treatment for, various medical conditions. To gain a better understanding of recent progress in this field, herein we present a brief review...
Increasingly, saliva is emerging as an alternative to blood for obtaining DNA samples for genomic studies. The convenience of collecting the sample in a non-invasive way is a point in its favor for the patient. On the other hand, its stability at room temperature...
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