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Comparative Genomics of Herpesviridae Family to Look for Potential Signatures of Human Infecting Strains
Herpesviridae family is one of the significant viral families which comprises major pathogens of a wide range of hosts. This family includes at least eight species of viruses which are known toExpand
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Western Indian Rural Gut Microbial Diversity in Extreme Prakriti Endo-Phenotypes Reveals Signature Microbes
Heterogeneity amidst healthy individuals at genomic level is being widely acknowledged. This, in turn, is modulated by differential response to environmental cues and treatment regimens,Expand
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Metabolic and taxonomic insights into the Gram-negative natural rubber degrading bacterium Steroidobacter cummioxidans sp. nov., strain 35Y
The pathway of rubber (poly [cis-1,4-isoprene]) catabolism is well documented for Gram-positive rubber degraders but only little information exists for Gram-negative species. The first documentedExpand
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Enterotype Variations of the Healthy Human Gut Microbiome in Different Geographical Regions
Enterotypes are used for classifying individuals based on the gut microbiome. A number of studies are available to find the Enterotypes in healthy individuals; however, most of them lack comparisonsExpand
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Exploration of Survival Traits, Probiotic Determinants, Host Interactions, and Functional Evolution of Bifidobacterial Genomes Using Comparative Genomics
Members of the genus Bifidobacterium are found in a wide-range of habitats and are used as important probiotics. Thus, exploration of their functional traits at the genus level is of utmostExpand
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Functional signature analysis of extreme Prakriti endophenotypes in gut microbiome of western Indian rural population
Ayurveda is practiced in India from ancient times and stratifies the individuals based on their Prakriti constitution. Advancements in modern science have led to the association of Prakriti withExpand
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Comparative gut microbiome analysis of the Prakriti and Sasang systems reveals functional level similarities in constitutionally similar classes
The traditional medicinal systems (TMS) of India (Prakriti) and Korea (Sasang) classify human individuals based on their constitution determined by the physiological and psychological traits ofExpand