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Microba Life Sciences Collaborates with Queensland University of Technology

Wednesday, June 28, 2023

Microba Life Sciences unveiled an exciting collaboration with the researchers from the Centre for Microbiome Research (CMR) at Queensland University of Technology (QUT).

This collaboration aims to revolutionise the understanding of human microbiome by isolating and studying thousands of previously uncultured microorganisms.

The project funded by the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) aims to overcome obstacles by developing Australia's first atmosphere-controlled, high-throughput cultivation platform. This platform will incorporate cutting-edge techniques such as spectral flow cytometry and metagenomics.

The Australian Human Microbiome Biobank (AHMB) is a pioneering initiative aimed at creating a comprehensive biobank of microbial communities found within the human body. This innovative approach involves studying and collecting samples from various microbial communities present in different parts of the body, including the gut, skin, vaginal, and oral microbiomes.

The establishment of the AHMB presents a significant opportunity for Microba, as it offers a valuable resource to advance your therapeutic programmes in various areas such as inflammatory bowel disease, immuno-oncology, autoimmune diseases, and potential future programmes.

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