If you missed out our October Awareness month posts on Linked In, now the time to catch-up! Post were addressing the role of microbiota in cancers, from his emerging role in Tumor Microenvironment to his singularity in Breast Cancer tissue.
Phylogene is proud to participate in raising awareness of breast cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
Exploring the Emerging Role of the Gut Microbiota and Tumor Microenvironment in Cancer Immunotherapy
The tumor microenvironment (TME) is a complex ecosystem, which includes many different types of cells, abnormal vascular systems, and immunosuppressive cytokines. TME serves an important function in tumor tolerance and escapes from immune surveillance leading to tumor progression (1).
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The Cancer Microbiome: Distinguishing Direct and Indirect Effects Requires a Systemic View
Excellent review asking pragmatic questions regarding the role of microbiome in cancers and the need to use multiomic approaches for better data integration (2).
Exploring the Potential of Breast Microbiota as Biomarker for Breast Cancer and Therapeutic Response
The human microbiome is a mysterious treasure of the body playing endless important roles in the host’s metabolism, digestion, immunity and well-being. On the other hand, it actively participates in the development of a variety of pathological conditions including Cancer (3).
This review highlights few interesting findings regarding microbiota in breast cancer:
Microbiome and Breast Cancer: New Role for an Ancient Population
The human microbiome is a mysterious treasure of the body playing endless important roles in the host’s metabolism, digestion, immunity and well-being. Although the multiple evidences liking the microbiome to Breast Cancer (BC) are undeniable, there are essential questions to be answered to unlock the exact role of the microbiome in the development and treatment of BC (4).
This review aimed at evaluating:
What is the role of microbiota in cancers? Protectant or enhancer of the disease?
With Phylogene you can characterize bacterial populations in Tumor microenvironment and elucidate metabolic pathways. Just think out of the box!
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