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RNA expression profiling of up to five samples, which tells you not only who is in your gut but what genes they have turned on. Ideal for seeing responses to probiotic yogurt or other short-term dietary changes! RNA, or ribonucleic acid, is primarily used as the messenger in the cell transmitting DNA to protein: looking at the RNA therefore tells you which genes are switched on, which often happens at much faster time scales than change in the genes or species that are in your gut but can have huge functional consequences in terms of producing metabolites that could affect health. Only serious need inquire – please email firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest before signing up for this one.
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- 9 years running
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