Microbiomes and Metabolomes in Food, Health, and Bioprocessing
This session will feature recent advances in research and development of technologies relevant to understanding and utilization of microbiome and metabolome. Microbial population in human guts plays significant roles on human health, including digestion, immunity, and pathogenicity. Understanding how different food intakes or our diets affect our gut microbiome and metabolome is critical to future healthcare and disease treatments. Microbiome and metabolome analyses and their applications in bioprocessing are also important and of high interest to the biotechnology industry. Both in vivo and in vitro studies of any aspects, including metagenome, metabolome, and physiology of human (and animal models) guts, and studies of complex microbial communities and mixed cultures in a bioprocess are invited to present in this session.
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