Thi Loan Anh Nguyen

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The microbiota of the human gut is gaining broad attention owing to its association with a wide range of diseases, ranging from metabolic disorders (e.g. obesity and type 2 diabetes) to autoimmune diseases (such as inflammatory bowel disease and type 1 diabetes), cancer and even neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g. autism). Having been increasingly used in(More)
Murine models are a crucial component of gut microbiome research. Unfortunately, a multitude of genetic backgrounds and experimental setups, together with inter-individual variation, complicates cross-study comparisons and a global understanding of the mouse microbiota landscape. Here, we investigate the variability of the healthy mouse microbiota of five(More)
Bacterial biofilm formation is an important cause of environmental persistence of food-borne pathogens, such as Salmonella Typhimurium. As the ensemble of bacterial cells within a biofilm represents different physiological states, even for monospecies biofilms, gene expression patterns in these multicellular assemblages show a high degree of heterogeneity.(More)
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