Sunday, May 22, 2016

Piggybacking Instead of Killing: New Insights Into Virus Community Dynamics

The human microbiome is an important component of human health and disease. It is an ecosystem of microbes that exists in and on humans, and can affect disease states through disturbances in composition, diversity, metabolism, etc. Understanding the human microbiome will not only allow us to better understand human health, but it will also allow us to treat medical conditions in new and effective ways (e.g. Fecal Microbiota Transplants).

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Real Time Code Correction with Linters

If you are a regular around here, or if you even took a look at the date since the last post, you may have noticed a gap. As tends to happen in the blog world, I took a hiatus to focus on other projects and research. This was actually very productive and I am excited for you to see the fruits of those labors in the coming months. So thanks for sticking with us and joining in the return of Prophage activity.