Microbiome

The microbiome refers to the collective genomes or genetic material of all microbes in a particular environment, called the microbiota. The human microbiome describes the collected microbiomes of the human body that reside primarily in the gut, and that vary considerably from one individual to another and among different anatomical sites. Factors that can influence the microbiome include diet, lifestyle, genetics, anatomical site, antibiotics and pathogens.

Explore our rich offering of microbiome products and services below. 

 

MICROBIOME RESEARCH

In the emerging field of microbiome research, scientists are challenged to identify and characterize unknown microbes that can be difficult to isolate, culture, and study. Applications of human, animal, and environmental microbiome analyses have the potential to lead to the discovery of new therapeutic and natural products. Our scientists are creating new solutions to help you culture and/or identify microbes for characterization of microbial communities.

To enable the discovery of novel microbes, we offer:

  • MetaPolyzme for digestion of difficult microbes and isolation of total DNA
  • DNA-free enzymes for contamination-free analysis
  • Antibodies highly specific for bacteria and bacterial components
  • Individual DNA standards and inactivated bacteria to avoid bias and increase reproducibility

Products

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Product Number Product Description Pricing
SAB4200826 *DEL*ANTI-CHOLERA TOXIN-P EROXI Expand
SAB4200827 *DEL*ANTI-STAPHYLOCOCCAL ALPHA Expand
SAB4200831 *DEL*ANTI-STAPHYLOCOCCAL ENTER Expand
AQ0101 *DEL*AQUA PEPTIDE (TM) YL PNPAL Expand
DNB100 *DEL*GENELUTE (TM) SOIL D NA IS Expand
DNB200 *del*GENELUTE (TM) STOOL Expand
L3880 *DEL*LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE F ROM E Expand
L5014 *del*LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDES Expand
L2012 *del*LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDES Expand
L3137 *del*LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDES Expand
L9516 *DEL*LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDES (ROUG Expand
L6016 *DEL*LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDES (ROUG Expand
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