Gut Microbiome Metabolism
A significant portion of the metabolites in human blood circulation originate from gut microbiome. The direct metabolite exchanges (host-microbe metabolic axes) are central to the interaction between gut microbiome and host.
Many of the gut bacterial-derived metabolites are shown to play key roles in disease and health status such as:
A large overlap of metabolites is observed between fecal and plasma/serum samples. However, the metabolite patterns in both matrices are different due to their different physiological and metabolic processes.
Precion’s microbiome panel provides a comprehensive coverage of key microbiome metabolic pathways associated with disease and health status shown in the pathway diagram.
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