American Gut Project

American Gut Project

A project studying how gut bacteria interact with various lifestyles to effect health.

All the data collected by the American Gut Project is de-identified, then made accessible in open repositories such as Qiita and the European Nucleotide Archive. Participants in the study are provided a questionnaire about their lifestyle factors. Researchers around the world can utilize American Gut data to make discoveries by identifying microbiome trends.

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May 8, 2019
WebWire
Celebrating 100 years since the creation of its first yogurt, Danone today announced it will open its collection of 1,800 strains for research purposes. This includes granting access to its current collection of 193 lactic and bifidobacteria ferment strains deposited at the National Collection of Cultures of Microorganisms, held in the Biological Resource Center of Institut Pasteur (CRBIP). Danone will also open its collection of over 1,600 strains at its Research & Innovation center in Pa...

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