Bacteriophages (viruses that invade bacteria and can kill them) have gained renewed interest as part…
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The genetic basis for a high level in clinical variability among COVID-19 patients – an interview with Alessandra Renieri
In this interview with Alessandra Renieri we hear about the GEN-COVID network in Italy working to dsicover the genetic variability in COVID-19 patients who show phenotypic differences and what this means for treating the disease.
Discover more about the two routes phage therapy could take, the standardized drug approach and the personalized medicine approach, and whether either could make it to the clinic.
A peek behind the paper – Andrew Brooks on ethnicity-associated microbiomes and personalized therapies
Take a look behind the scenes of a recent Future Microbiology review, entitled ‘How could ethnicity-associated microbiomes contribute to personalized therapies?’, as we ask the authors about the factors that influence the microbiome composition, how these could be manipulated and the future of this field.