The Sonnenburg Lab - Home Discovering nutritional mechanisms and strategies for survival in the gut Image credit: Justin Sonnenburg, Jaime Dant, Jeffrey Gordon. Sonnenburg Lab Sonnenburg Lab (@sonnenburglab) • Instagram Photos And Videos Sonnenburg Lab Our laboratory at Stanford University studies the trillions of microbes that inhabit the human gut, aka the microbiome. sonnenburglab.stanford.edu.
The Sonnenburg Lab - Research There are 10-100 trillion microbes that reside in our gastrointestinal tract, representing thousands of species. The gut microbiota is a control center for multiple aspects of our biology including our immune status, metabolism, and neurobiology. The Good Gut - Home | Facebook Latest study from the Sonnenburg lab out in Nature today!! Congrats to all the authors on this seminal study. And it couldn't have come out at a better time since it has to do with how our gut microbes deal with tryptophan, the amino acid most commonly associated with turkey.
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