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Human microbiome research

The complexity of human microbiome goes beyond assessing the microbial diversity. Internally and externally we are inhabited by millions of microbes with different dominant microbial species per organ or surface and even per our lifespan.

BaseClear’s microbiome analysis product line specialises in offering services from expert advice in refining your research questions, hypotheses, consultancy in study design including sampling, analysing the microbial data and interpretation of the generated data.

Our experience comes from partnering for projects on oral microbiome & biofilms, skin microbiome, pregnant-infant-children microbiome, vaginal microbiome, gut microbiome, urine microbiome, respiratory & nasal microbiome, onco-microbiome and host-microbe interactions among others. Contact us to explore the value of partnering with us!

Our human microbiome research solutions

Meet Eline Klaassens!

Human microbiome specialist Eline Klaassens joined BaseClear to use her expertise as Product Manager Human Health. “I’ve always had a strong interest in sustainability and human health. Many people have health problems related to gut dysbiosis. Through my studies, I’ve learnt a lot about the gut microbiome and I’d like to use my knowledge to improve people’s wellbeing through applications developed with microbial genomics,” she comments. Eline advises clients about genomics analyses for expert projects for clinical trials and the food industry. "As a human microbiome expert, customers value my contribution to interpretation of the analyses to support their projects. I make an important contribution to the success of their research due to my specialised academic background,” she notes.

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