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Schizophrenics' Blood Contains RNA From More Microbes

News   May 25, 2018 | Original Press Release from Oregon State University

 
Schizophrenics' Blood Contains RNA From More Microbes

PhyloSift, which is able to assign the filtered candidate microbial reads to the microbial genes from 23 distinct taxa on the phylum level, is used to classify microbial populations in the bloodstreams of four groups. The groups are patients with: bipolar disorder (top left), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (bottom left), or schizophrenia (bottom right) versus healthy controls (top right). Credit: Oregon State University

 
 
 

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