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New transfer RNA sequencing tools allow scientists to understand the activity of naturally occurring microbiomes in response to real-world conditions and diet.
University of Chicago researchers have received a $1 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation to study how the molecular activity of the microbiome changes in response to the environment.
A study by UChicago's Eugene Chang, MD, shows that when mice were given antibiotics during late pregnancy and the early nursing period, their offspring were more likely to develop an inflammatory condition of the colon that resembles human IBD.