FOODBIOMES researchers at the NextGen Omics International Conference FOODBIOMES participated in the 12th NextGen Omics International Conference that was held in London last week. 

🚀 The effects of a novel probiotic strain on the gut microbiota of healthy mice and

🚀 the development of a strategy for the in-silico characterization of potential probiotic strains based on whole genome sequencing

were the key research findings presented by our researchers (Lydia Angelopoulou, Konstantinos Tegopoulos, MSc, Maria Grigoriou, George Skavdis).

Special thanks to the whole team for this great collaborative work and for representing FOODBIOMES in the NextGen Omics Conference this year.

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We are looking forward to meeting you in person at Stand 52 in Hall 2 in Thessaloniki International Exhibition & Congress Centre from 20 to 23 of October 2022 and to describe how FOODBIOMES can offer world class research, education and innovation services that can...

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