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get the all the orders ingredient on those and that stuff from uh to get the
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you know and and and the doc about systems which is close to your heart
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for the business people close your bases cost of ten centimetres from your
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your heart is the at large community of microbes and uh i'm happy that that that that this little loudly to up
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to put my logo on the title just markups aside from that uh introduces subject i have to say to wrap
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to the the the the chairman that don't believe everything that is written in ages those good to come back to that later on
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what i say is that that really that michael will work you know you are maybe not alone yeah buttons
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do you have this a little located on this uh on this but that's more than there are starting
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to calculate in the universe so it's good to get better might be a little models know that
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but talk to the students uh settled on school of the art like material as
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more cells then you break so it's good to keep that in mind sometimes
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and that the impact on the overall kind of for a very as you can see here all the the partake areas
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and maybe that's reason uh to explain this uh this uh activity i had an analysis of that some companies
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uh because by by track you know very bright article fruit animal farm out they all use my
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crux but we use them to everybody for us actually it completely itself and that's it
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the impact of it's actually just treated in this a little cover of a of a column is this or a couple of years ago
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but still i think it's important to illustrate is because the title is my corpse makers man
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but actually loads market makers men matters it's good to remember that because we know now that
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are good also communicators are great and i'm sure a lot of people come back to
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your radar this says cycle it's uh because see the time like the present itself whatever period
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the benefits of fickle transportation is all the things you would rather not lobby for breakfast
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so they're from happy that this big no to you about this and i introduce the subject is out for us in discussions
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also as say that that we have found unpublished that recently that in some cases not all some cases
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books are better than trucks and that will come back to that later in this in this case
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so what about the economy no that's some economists here people would like to know how to get money out of this or that
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the very happy that you're here because if there's no money gained in this area
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we don't become to the sites does go to have that going on
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so the objective market opportunities as a reason to mark the markets and um a lot if you actually indicated
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i was a bit disappointed the market value of a dollar fifty million
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increase intrusive six of fifty five years that looks good of
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course because of thirty two percent annual gauche well i think many of you when you obvious would like to see that
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a lover i think when you think about it it maybe understand it because i think this
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area there's a big impact on consumer and patient which you can't even express into money
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uh the daily uh uh the deli sort of the holes as if you can calculate into blocks it's good to keep that in mind as
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it is yeah yeah they grow even first maybe after my talk about the the end of the meeting you have the same item
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let's go back to the uh what's happening there is more than only full conversion that markups of doing that a common to believe is
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that you know i'd i take it up or we take the goodies out of it that that that the difficult got these things
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number this simple full components are covered by the the the mark option the call
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and they produce the the short event yeah says that if you or other sites and that's sort of it
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it's more that is much more that why is that because they
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talk to us does my course have specific instructions as us
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we will be more and more about that uh in this in this in this uh in those days
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and they also have the whole thesis have this mutual basic interaction they're not competitive anymore they're simply aunts
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actually in the old days of occult common source because they eat the same thing is
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we do but now we actually have this ritualistic interaction so them more than that
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so it's good to get that the market there's a little friends is liked it that's on your it or so why is this human good micrograms of thought
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nowadays the more the sovereign papers pretty are actually uh you know every day there's something to eat
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and also in a a high impact yours whether there is is is that that
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sequences had become mainstream you know we'll 'cause sequester world and look at
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but we also have to realise that we are in the beginning of
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the discovery to work if it's a limited knowledge limited concepts
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and it's a very complex system other show you why that is the case so it's also easy to make progress here special to you
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but that has imprisoned that included president that tells impact them is very important for
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else this is the local to not make this that my daughter up uh
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uh uh is that uh uh and seasonal doctor so she helped me by all looking old is
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easy because i'm single bike and so it's good to work to get the market we uh
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because the later there's about twenty twenty five or so um associations be presented to be
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associate this a market right over the title is from correlation causation that's
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still correlations can be important to come back to it also
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later i think in this the presentations because that's the only consequence it can be correlating and goes to be for a word
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it's good to what is it about the causation tortured only that the l. a. few real
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examples of conversation that see this level that discussed the day but
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the books and and i'm sure that much mutable conductor tomorrow
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what is the problem the problem is that most of them are cops apple because just yet
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and not only not got but everywhere in the world so there's all kind of programs
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not to look at the market themselves but look at at proxies like the unit
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i get sick as i alluded to that house uh next generation sequences sure
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generation but every single molecules it was sick people can do that now
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actually it was interested that the use of it's got like stevie i i
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did my first sequencing experimental about that when we got through it
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and they a sequence the model in a later that turned out to
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be bacterial soap wasn't right track already and that that they your
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we could publish that one little sequence of thirty years ago apple refers papers with artillery
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so it's a long time ago so i basically see note but the game is a like a lot of all the
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things we can do it but we have to be very careful so not over interpret because i actually also or
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now we have this is out of the speech and it got uh you can calculate how much
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there is it's also the matter of the finnish some of them are very hard to culture
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so we have to be also models there but we can use this election microscope i use uh uh
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the in asia read out and also the protocol if you want to put the knowledge is
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and then we come to the idea that it's more than ten million the jeans and got a lot of people conducted very happy
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to acknowledge that the that the proposal the project that which can also the cover of nature do scribble elaborate on that later
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you can coach because culture quite a few speeches actually they didn't entry
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um recently put for results include shouldn't dust on my crotch you can see the fringe right
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uh the circuit your car yeah that's it back here and i can't hear the
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meant that you're already a bacteria so we'll say my crops or bacteria basically
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and if you look at the uh development you can see that that this was the first
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notion of the rubber cleary and it gets actually it was as we can correlate discovered
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and it took a long time before really who i would say um
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a jump a leap in the uh in the activities can that does when the the hon technologies right developed
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engage a papers actually you can see that in a limit your like more people were doing this
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uh why's that because all the mark option they got uh most of that extra colours
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and i was not to put systems you can do more and you can extrapolate that and i know of of uh
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people do we get a real a fantastic way i think we can cope with the contract that's about that apple
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we continue to isolate novel generally pull them out actually are you interested in not
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having infantry will but i look at the more major player so we look
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at documents yeah as abundant specialist good you gator will come back to that later
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people talking about here are the helium that to do to a producer
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also integers rubber track is important another one it's interesting the most which is the chronicle so we
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cool out new organisms all the time we try to understand what they're doing a like
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at the buttons of function because that's the the main drivers of bargained for
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now what is the problem of this whole area the problem is that you and your different eh
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we different out change be different in the markets actually we differ maybe more in the markets
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we thought about reading about a fifty years ago with when i started this field actually it
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was more the white by tacking for biotech unless there to work on the yep
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on the doesn't like because of the many markets that we don't have go to the moon or
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two to the deep ocean to find markets you can find them just you know very nearby
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so we look at that as i was with them are forced to be used used
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to the found a dozen subjects that they're all had a different market by all
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so you really different objects palmer that well there's a three thousand people here we have themselves in the database
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the picture three thousand is a complex p. c. a. showing that each one of us has a different market by or
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however they look at melissa got prints or family members you can see the most similar
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to look normal that a little bit is it worked on this my yep
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local workers including can see different names here you see them that though the bifurcation
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presentations to work with me to crack this uh the state of not
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this is the twin cities with it a long time ago with already uh people that believe it's a merger reputed to it
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we agree with that as well for the most got utterance you can see models the gothic wins
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the parents look more similar to each other in individuals
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not all bacteria similar you can see here some actually are more similar in the change
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the last one complete detail suggested some specific instructions and maybe their specific receptors that
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may cause we're gonna stay not only conversation because other adults living in different households
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so this bacteria stay there for this should be forty years of their lives
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we find this quite often not all countries of the world you
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find out because in those courts involving don't in holland there's
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limited that got accused of people have the similar diet and they don't move which show the way that's also maybe a
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factor which it can be confounding and also explaining why other people's got people got to produce and select the tells you wanna
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look at you all the data that you have this intimate injections and my course and it's really to have families
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what about the it if you look at the uh the dietary up compounds
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they have an effect on an impact on the market by or whatever it is personalised market becomes
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more prevalent more important so people the percentage on it is more personalisation so the specific
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variation is more important than the diet however that it is important
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this is a very local by age people are losing weight like crazy and you get a large impact on the market by now
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this is a fibre diet will come back to that is only few percent whatever it can be very important you presented don't
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since then i mean you can be very important sections to market changing and then they have an acceptable circulated
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probably others don't do much but that's we have seen also they do more in the upper
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g. i. tract immune elation and is already like the justice on the slide shows
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so the presentation actually overrides the fluctuation from normal diet which is good because you are maybe different
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i mean he colon have rather than she or recall one of my goals for for a couple of days
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we not going to have the same mccabe or which is good because we have to have the flexibility
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we have to have the precise links because the market's willing to very
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separate probably they have this special which well isn't this interaction option
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b. o.s it's your button market maybe different of course the principles can be the same and therefore we look at them right
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also good market bills table before people for more than ten years i found there for stable so
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it's good to keep that in mind you can actually recognise people because that record cased well
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be different but they also the same effect their mechanisms there of course that truly system mechanisms that to
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explain the introductory fountain the mate i project their high level negotiations solution to set five thousand
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people your commitments picture of that showing that tells separate into clusters and you find your favourite part
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of zero to clusters the low he also to certify subjects i'll come back to that
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but or something else we found we talk on the status as we had about ten people don't
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like books i wasn't l. c. subject because you want to know what's happening it helps
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they looked at all the market you got fired we found something special somewhat
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cops have this by model distribution so people that high another hello
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that's for something which we started to work on actually suggest there's some
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some feedback loops because like the captain that situation little conflict to it because many of fluctuating but others are not
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suggest that a positive feedback loops because as out of the galactic event
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in a situation they stay in the same position them flip back
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but actually innocent of all the stable states which have be formulated in ecology
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actually that that was work this uh of martha's however uh he works as a sin that in marketing and and to relate that he
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actually publish this the paper uh as a review about the uh
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pacific it shifts in in ecosystems i inform the animals alone
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to the ocean to me as far as education whatever you can apply this model everywhere
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but it is yeah but you have you know a species in a in a stable state here this is little ball here
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and it's state is resilient it can't move as you can see if the conditions are changing
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so if you died exchange views with antibiotics or some other factors that make changes
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such a way that the perturbation can get over this hill crazily and such
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the fact that you have to sit in healthy people this chip is a minimum here suggest and this by stable
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by model uh organisms suggest to have this kind of alternative stable states in the good because in here
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you can see here have a dollar but just want a buttons in healthy people and
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fabulous just all the way actually sherry low in that in l. c. people
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but gossipping disease people ever the other girls down in this these people and there's
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a lot of on again included yet so could just cause a lot
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see all this actually they actually i love it very and uh but we see if he actually fall
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this two cohorts software individuals which are compromised because he
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associates with the obesity and and ideas fits
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so we can use this system our discussion it's on the basis that paradigm for how we can interpret this good
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it's maybe also is is also complexity sinker salsa species maybe have to
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look that by stable wants to try to understand what's happened
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oh yeah i've heard from people that they speak fast so why yeah sort well i yeah
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we usually asked before as a as a close election because and everybody has got
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market coffee so i have to have to summarise so so nicely that here for the people who've lost track they can look up okay
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so we have a house and disease so the conclusion is real difference we have
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a person as michael by mark about that is affected by by it
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but we have limited inside the new concept on which emerging from the data sets that we
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have a lot of the concepts i want to share issue is the one like
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as max's these later on and they're in actually we have this little cycle isn't rocket science but it's a way to sneeze
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we are in your home yesterday can result in my company all highly diverse
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that this change it all to the stables taste a little ball candles the minimum there
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but if there's an infection you get a bit of a couple of actor actor you know
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or maybe you go to the airport so and that you haven't the books we changed
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by all the time you have a very high fat diet for four weeks
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because life thought it maybe get to go to this difference you know community they said this
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table status changing this little ball exchanging it goes over the hill to another state
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and that can lead to basically warning signals advocacy already in the guts of many of the people we are compromised
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after is associate lisa when isn't which should make l. p. s. a gram positive negatives
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uh which i may cause a a a logan information the same as for the flight lines and you come back to that later in the talks
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that may lead to tissue destruction or some affection the body and it can
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eventually too strong so you do stuff for the tea cups of
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shapes of the coloured also ecosystems are described in the ocean and others
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on the covers of shift used to come with these huge development
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the only thing you can do is to restore the market the or whatever the arrows irreversible but
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we think he we're sort of at that minimum you can get out you have to be
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stored that's practical transportation comes in but maybe also to try piece which right dietary or five are
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really will come back to it later you can go back to the state it again
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but this is the model well so what size as i said that's helpful
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to understand what's happening there because this early warning signals can be used
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maybe there's only warning single sorting only stays in really and they that can be used
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to justify individuals when you want to do interventions is a huge issue from up
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because it's important to have a somewhat units population possible in spite of the fact that we are all different
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now this the field movie you have been you only get about a house in
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the season on they couldn't animals some human well for some reason maybe
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because animals these of youthful we can do a lot is that and learn about a concept
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no concepts but that indicate to you you only have percent market by all
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about the sink what happens when you put your mike about animals so uh it's different so we have to be aware of that
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so i prefer to look at you record studies and talk to understand also what happens there is human i say
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test you probably isn't too because we can see that we can work along those lines
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not really sure the field that's often is binary my computer component compared to take a healthy person uh this each person
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you look at the market will so difficult to take some shit they've actually the layout admitted that i wouldn't
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a fine differences well that's not stringent priority would be nice if you put us for the for the same c.
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because in biology straight difficult to prove something identical phrase to do something different
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as we favourite careful that you'll find differences so we didn't mean and how can you use that
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so what the well is is useful tool to follow things in time and associated to
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a development is easily but of diet it's important to do that we get there in that in the beginning i was
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saying that is not a good way spike would like to do to start but we have to follow up
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i don't have for my computer based therapies and we'll give you some account of that because
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that's the ultimate proof of the pudding is the eating so you have to do something
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before going there i show little bit that the architecture of the good friday it as a a load it up
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uh by yourself i i love this picture of a house seven i guess about
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twenty five kilometres away from us uh abuses we're gonna do it so
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uh this is the uh really a more the the short ball a jar tracked and here
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no single happening uh you heard about at this time because of stellar station tank with a full comes in first goes to the yep
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a small ball and then since from the time in the call and there's all kind
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of a last annotation last that pipeline solutions uh because that's what happens there
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uh about five percent of the coloured logo still taken up in the in the column
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in the former shorter factors that you'll answer sites or the different systems there
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doesn't work when you want to be married their systems which are different there's a
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progressive causation look at the numbers this is about well up to uh huh
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on the south and the million fall sometimes lower as compared to the common market your
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goes with progressive in the in the yep so all the numbers about your different other shows that type of bacteria different but that's
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well sings i happen good to keep that in mind collision porto and everything what's in there should come out so you
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can look at the end i had problems because it it gives us some memory of the past was good to to keep
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in mind that the uh could you are quite different world because there's the competition is the host that's worse things happen
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no i talk about that that was already alluded actually textbook you find the screen the screen reader is not is
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not the tennis court anymore since uh this uh this summer um as your colleagues or friends actually far out
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since third grade reader so it's only it's only serves box that's because god said well the tennis courts of box that's fine
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uh it's important most important part of that is quite what's or like that that's how does not report apart
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and this is where these things are happening this is where it all happens in his tennis court
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here your fancy going to be a giant actively he's here we did this work is it
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human volunteers were eating uh probably like uh i like the supply of sound effect on
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the expression and a hole in your system uh uh i would say triggering
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and uh and tolerance which is a is a a fact under so it's important park
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for the gesture in between transport that takes place in the project vitamin a receptor is always have this whole
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there this is where things are happening republican you see we talk about right so you know that
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and the market will talk and so this is an important area so how to get there not easy you can go in this
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corpus we can also use a year storm operations we did different ways of looking at it and actually do the story is
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that interpret your article that actually does less materials you can see from the park also the brackets back here
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this is the college material little bar called liberty yeah especially strict and hopes that will present an
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opera jarred like that is not on the same level that just unfolds on the lower
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a sceptical kind of on the larger dormitories so different coloured
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market your data actually occur special powers were conducted out
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and there's some remote affected which also affect the market but uh compositions
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machine which architect depends your diet and then the human he'll have
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shown that if you take a screen you can see that coming back in the administration in the in the project at michael
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another thing is actually calculators which i've excel paper of these a
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couple says it it's a lot of people just expose them
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i some correspondence is that because you can't hear it everywhere of course
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helsinki got people thought that usable ready in the the details
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that actually valuations individual checked okay that is changing your morning like
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of your that in the platters different anything like the other
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simply stated his foot a food intake and the noise went out that night
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the nice all seven different like the or minimise all fine or so
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the fungal space travellers supervision over the years ago longer tunnel study where people actually
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kane other analysts for them fickle market that we found that you on
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your face table the fun sometimes less is that last ability
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one was using antibiotics as she others i've been times on travelling so we reported
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already about uh she got it is there anyway i factor back appeal
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if you don't have any tools to work on it and do something about this difficult so it's good to keep that in mind always interested the next step
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how to then go from that to the next step how to use that in a practical way
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so here we looked in practical way to be a are a second notices to the transcription of the mark up there
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so what came out actually i said is that that there's a competition up and your tracks between like option almost
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well more concise either because my comes complete everywhere a complete also deserves the complete
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for easy to degrade sure which so the glucose isn't so much a variable
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people start your money or your analysis there you get low cost there and this typical chi i don't want
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to take it up there for lot for transport system for two hours to complete results for shoppers
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the maid lactic acid like i guess is not all the support for us it's fantastic
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to make plastics but not too good for so you have to compare the computer
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so you can cover to the cup in it and always unlike helena is doing that's effective when it's
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all this can take as it they collected because also because it it uh also the
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the like the so i do that under specially under a little bit oxygen conditions
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is it more favour belinda that the uh so that the liked it can be covered and retract but
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not all organisms are doing that only if you so we isolated goes into look at that
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this that is the only state database just illustrates the fact that
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looking at the the remarkable compositions multi also resist to individuals
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and they're cool actually dominated by yeah by the instant recall quite
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i'm blue red this archetypal studio so beloved different you see
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oh look at the pas ways of florida's doing that than that found that this is is possible it's green
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well the screen is not on most visible there but the screen is the violent allow this conversion
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of the prop it select appropriate to a costly as us closer they don't buy file another
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so if you look at this your uh market real data uh the that you know i'm a sack you won't
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see it but if you look at the power switches on the no that's why this is important factor
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this is the conversion which is relevant because that's signals to our host of the show you that
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like little so that's uh that's how to approach so it's not so not so easy
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so they talk to us that yeah that they produce something richer vitamin production is million a project
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like you by the probably the vitamin b. twelve council which is very important factor for us
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travel chains are are uh like here it i would change separate using them molecules that
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fuel our system but also signal signal has already indicated uh oh come back to
00:24:54
and you uh that this pieces are there because those organisms living heart
00:24:58
environment everyday articulate some nice bile is they're all kind of
00:25:01
stuff there enzymes don't want to be there so they want to be there and they were concerned we have been selected
00:25:07
so i stopped him if they wanna compare you want to look control multiple analysis to show
00:25:12
you the yeah the the the power of that no i just talk to the last
00:25:17
well that's what it all starts uh maybe start before the life i've been out at its it
00:25:21
mine is nine months maybe maybe it maybe even before but still before
00:25:25
conception even they started novell up but then still it's important
00:25:30
you were fortunate strongly coalesced progressively quickly and relax
00:25:35
and i think this is a program microbial transportation well so much for the vagina
00:25:40
i'm sort of course a lot of the solemnity they're a lot like the selected once you find a job troubles fountain nobody is fickle market
00:25:48
well the bacteria finding your in your system they come from what feeds
00:25:53
have to come from somewhere but everything is everywhere as i show you the look on her
00:25:57
this program mark about us but they should give others for that and that being
00:26:00
the silliness of moderate but maybe transfers in our history our g. different
00:26:06
because we have this yeah oh uh uh because of my father mother and family members with the same holds for the mike cox
00:26:12
you can anything it has it has been made of years we've lotion and little estate constructions involving so i'm our costs
00:26:19
actually have been involved in how many that's about it so you want to be out of different from my
00:26:24
it's only the phone was okay in the family impact not looking at the root of the problem with this is
00:26:30
the data set of about five thousand people that lay on allies that actually because see diversity which is
00:26:35
a which isn't even as they call up in time actually it was surprised to see we're not completely sure
00:26:39
this is rated show because we have a little bit less uh people yes compared to the rest
00:26:43
but that starts on zero it got upright quickly it takes a long time to develop good good
00:26:48
button marked what i'm missing at least more this we're pretty literature maybe five ten years
00:26:53
but you get this diversity uh we just maybe in time and of course not have to say this is not
00:26:58
a single individual fulton time because that's not funny his he advances for a hundred years so it doesn't work
00:27:04
so this is a good source of people that we've collected here we go one day i will
00:27:07
come back to that later but not much because other people talk about the same coupled recorder
00:27:12
so what happens in the first week of life on a colossal show you but most of the baby so
00:27:16
low collection a level the show you have to have a similar they're not the same as the mother
00:27:21
so how then can it be that you know when this this market we are going to look like them
00:27:25
work so we had an experiment but it was a lot of is used to it than that
00:27:29
intercourse city council are weak and suppose somebody had this uh course an addict
00:27:34
in the freezer to go out and that wasn't the professor there
00:27:36
and to look at that so we have maybe samples of the model and the
00:27:39
and the big uh the baby is another's for about three years of time
00:27:44
if you look at the similarity between the mother and the baby is very
00:27:46
lonely beginning custom the big different market by on as different photo ah
00:27:50
that's not of milk or whatever only after meaning you consider similar to
00:27:54
coming and actually high similarity that counts three years well that's why
00:27:58
stop so i think a college uh with this with the quick six but look at this he was a baby
00:28:03
and this week the mothers after she years compared up because he that the kit kit similarity was much lower
00:28:11
stick it to model similarities you can see here it's a little different really much higher because of this the similarity
00:28:17
indexes is you telling if you look at the at x. y. plots are almost or line in some cases
00:28:22
that also even uh there of course also more similar to the on more than two random up so it's good to keep that in
00:28:29
mind so this is really difference already you can see their differences here so we got our market be out of our mother
00:28:37
i think this is just a fine for that our results we haven't is it's all these days experiments you can do
00:28:41
that by you can see that but then you'd is it's it's so i would say support document will transfer
00:28:47
but how does it come that that you can see the getting all this is actually has to do with the program how computers location
00:28:53
the market today already but you don't see that because it looks like this is our
00:28:58
baby looks in time every bar every uh every barcode here is michael speeches
00:29:04
is even call him sends out a bit of a mixture of everything that has to do with the fact that this is and the times
00:29:09
lower actually in terms of uh of uh of of the and they so actually is very low level but so many things out there
00:29:15
it would later you can see the different but your comment there they they got a status alert coming going back throw this is coming
00:29:21
and you see the product you're coming this the typical breastfed baby a volunteer from the sofa
00:29:27
you can see the little composer that's actually use almost an alien uh we're not even a call
00:29:32
those are also absent an indian summer tour low level also low level in the babies
00:29:36
but there are there you can see them so maybe do all this hard to put stuff you can find out actually the but you
00:29:42
don't actually to sing a fountain unbiased way that all this markup speeches are there in the babies and the base of the baby
00:29:48
and it's not only be for the bacteria also stick under option to indicated here you reptile uh you
00:29:53
became highly i i come on the ah i don't know that there there are low level
00:29:57
i just there to find the genes of did you find the signature of them are there if you look at the
00:30:01
needed you know you can see that the l. c. babysat the l.'s they share on all the speeches together
00:30:07
i'm not exactly the same but this is just to indicate that anyway everything is never ever been so lex that's
00:30:13
all folks signs up that scientists studying the about cracking under direct campaign cleaning his radiant sixty years ago
00:30:19
but how does it work on my support what's important because it explains what we see it
00:30:24
also explains what's happening and that how does it work i'll give you some might
00:30:28
what is the point also is listed here is our new system it's quite different individual as compared
00:30:34
to post little development also you can see all the markets which are interacting educating amused
00:30:40
and there's a cognitive element of our new system in the market the causation
00:30:44
so here's wrestle habits it does goes wrong it may have profound effects
00:30:48
good good at the moment this is not happening well interview my says be different so we have to be really mulder start
00:30:55
so there's different irish broken interaction between markups host so how does it work we did like you
00:30:59
submitted products we didn't look only at the genome and the d. n. a. deals with
00:31:04
the proteins system for that you reported that that actually is looming on the metabolic process of
00:31:09
the bacteria you see obvious things that this issue 'cause i. b. yeah a degraded
00:31:13
if the material there that they could is a beautiful up possibly is is it good service or product delays
00:31:19
he uses i guess it the mom different bacteria actually yeah i forgot all phosphate
00:31:24
right right for further somewhere to turkey enzymes missing in that if you can see them
00:31:27
all expressed in the other bacteria also the more involved in some of the
00:31:31
uh uh uh was it difficult metabolism which is an important factor will come back to it
00:31:35
later so this is all working because the rubber but we also saw something special
00:31:40
you got to market your babies is dominated by human proteins in real life does
00:31:45
it make only in later on you can see it goes down goes down
00:31:48
four years before the same maybe for four years of time as you've got the users
00:31:52
you your this is you want me to go when i see is is low
00:31:57
so actually we live dominated by a products coast proteins they've made
00:32:01
plenty of uh the coming in the korean they may be
00:32:04
coming from the program of um your fluidly allows that to which for similar to what that babies are slowing the
00:32:09
neutral ceases produce there but they they make themselves and also comes of course from the mother because we know that the
00:32:14
levels goblins and here at the local parties as well because the baby is making a lot of this uh products
00:32:20
resume that on one of these uh proteins actually yeah it's big because also
00:32:25
but actually the official term is uh the a. b. thing wrong
00:32:29
it's a deficient in my like the brain to more than one percent of all time
00:32:33
so we yeah it does it have maybe negative connotations just discover to first
00:32:36
there it's because all's i would say yeah actually five hundred in your oral cavity
00:32:40
to it's a yeah a a protein which i didn't expect your yeah
00:32:44
those are right but not in the new flirt but show you in terms of uh volume
00:32:49
this probably has been a license and you will function i didn't expect your because you
00:32:52
have to it's over it also because the new system in texas the component
00:32:57
so really large program the bones are cross wise that i think this kind of produce payroll whatever this
00:33:02
for that you can see a couple of maybe four top and time this is now online
00:33:06
uh i'm a fluid has this also protein this is set mostly we'd also problem that's also is uh is and the body
00:33:12
and he used to make only because you couldn't full of it of course not it later but
00:33:16
it's still there also if one uses but with different uh different baby so that variable about
00:33:21
you said seems to not so high but if you calculate that there's ah the leader of a of an inflow with their
00:33:26
various this nickel use only if you can so it's a massive amount of of this probably present the um no flow
00:33:33
but the band it is to get probably analysis for binding to uh to bacteria we find it binds but agents
00:33:40
this is a bit screwed up in the plane then maybe it maybe it's a good is
00:33:43
there uh but uh basically it comes down to the fact this is super maidens
00:33:47
often this also is a protein respect human does the uh the eluded one so disappointed it
00:33:53
means that's all there is to put maidens it can't be loaded because there's nothing there
00:33:57
over here you have this wouldn't hear little can be loaded meeting that it is also the bindings within the bacteria
00:34:04
so we haven't been to the point of commons all's some bind something apart and i think that makes a difference is
00:34:10
actually explains why it is kind of a tomato proteins or structural they may also shaped young farmers are you
00:34:17
but this is pretty for before i was happy that yours is probably because actually the but a picture
00:34:22
for my lap it's a date for bright nor open on and then she's a p. h.
00:34:26
d. student that she uh she's artistic together as clara belle says you make is not pictured it
00:34:30
assumes around on that that that's uh why i just don't put all my slides on that
00:34:34
uh because you have to put the context um but the complex is here is the development in your life in later
00:34:39
life will go to talk about uh old wife with the other than that works as a a a or
00:34:45
probably offices cable one yeah it's in the mirror use index signs of information in a a
00:34:51
so i'm going to not lot that reduce michael diversity and reduce the uh
00:34:55
bitter producers are more about the buttons that you see the same the
00:34:59
same signatures u. u. c. l. scenario i've been crying babies
00:35:03
yeah a dress colour breaks and actually before that the time for nicely ten samples from the days
00:35:08
several maybe so quite a few because of analysis and we found that you could see already early warning
00:35:13
signals of this crime before they start really crying after six weeks before the same pictures here
00:35:19
that indicates it was hosting as a very important impact on the old news system signalling a unit
00:35:25
vector and and as i indicated to you but also really by marcus can be developed
00:35:31
coming back to the up story of the uh the life we have to be
00:35:35
aware of all kind of conform yeah facts one is used by the
00:35:38
products the blade will push on that this is marty and uh it's things
00:35:42
keep getting it to beneficial bacteria all can basically maybe on that one
00:35:46
it depends how you see it of course antibiotics ever useful has brought us uh
00:35:51
at this stage we are now but then too much is too much
00:35:54
um if you have that all the time marks you get the different markedly order it has been done already and it really yeah the fifties
00:36:00
this is a paper showing that that uh the grocer sponsored rule africans
00:36:04
uh uh so that's americans is affected by uh the other cues
00:36:08
a double the modern published yeah buddy that and actually if you look at the paper it says
00:36:13
but the other products have an effect on record freebie yawns neck
00:36:16
influence infection because these kids have all connections still should
00:36:21
therefore it works with an analogy was that is animals production animals i don't forget that
00:36:26
it would appear that maybe also for evil grabbers attack something that's all for
00:36:30
good to keep that in mind so would set it weren't predicted fifty years ago how does it work we have to
00:36:35
be addressed that in the faculty and graham with analysis in
00:36:38
finnish people finish tickets finished cage go to daycare
00:36:44
as highly highly religious ideas that i i'm not a
00:36:48
seven years a high level of education eighty percent
00:36:51
of the what our borders sucked delicate daycare icons have meetings at four or five o'clock anymore
00:36:57
because of my post accent to get the kids from school from a daycare now have to go there five o'clock to have to be
00:37:03
there so might meetings are two o'clock because you know i can get on there didn't have to go with it and find out
00:37:09
because all the kids go to daycare is free like hell scares free everything is
00:37:14
free from that education is free uh it makes it makes life easy
00:37:18
not only as a foreigner or european citizen but also for studies like this
00:37:22
because all the data had been collected because everything is reimbursed so you can see
00:37:27
what government isn't there so we looked at the uh this ticket score
00:37:31
twenty got permission to look at the records for about a sixty seventy percent of them and they look they did it gets to be found
00:37:37
they use the products because they they can all time that figure factions and the fact is sort
00:37:43
of maybe and they probably want to work with the scroll there's a bit of antibiotics
00:37:47
that is a special code and or something with the novel and actually you can see the pro chase
00:37:51
of the antibiotics and we call the parents are good for something of that because of what
00:37:55
we have to go over approaches to you can see the the difference but it's very similar as
00:37:58
you can see here but we talk about twenty five courses of antibiotics in the same get
00:38:06
this is what the big action project they're gonna be called something at least so that's a whole so
00:38:11
we sort of looked at me look at the market by all the bills would be market problem
00:38:15
because this data and information to you so that you can see or somebody books you might use
00:38:21
this is for years very futuristic usual gets marty that separate them because the diversity still changing i
00:38:26
showed you so we segmented them and the struggles of wouldn't get it's changing it's noisy
00:38:30
for use control five you've got sick use even more because it had more courses because uh and the more abstract to what to them
00:38:37
beyond my isn't it you can calculate it's about one kilogram per course of antibiotics
00:38:45
so is this correlation as of conversation or we can talk about that i think is pretty strong
00:38:52
and we look at the back of your market your uh uh not as as i look at the at the
00:38:57
we could you know mum another says i she looked also the colour actually look at the
00:39:01
the link between mark uh like for instance here in your to images and which isn't colonies it'll much correlation
00:39:07
well so precise harder precincts comes h. i. you give a uh like a larger you
00:39:12
got my quite resistance rising disease causation the same as the genes also come up
00:39:16
exit longer because probably they're not holding turns wouldn't be here because it's usually actions
00:39:21
to marketer resistant after all you can see uses d. spreading in the community
00:39:26
so we see isn't loses you can fold increased after the work it is it
00:39:31
causal precincts all but still is a social studies like these models that
00:39:36
so we can put all the republic the properties are changing but you also found the foreground increased impossible title is
00:39:42
jeans which employment in the bile uh uh a cycle welcome to talk about other single people do
00:39:47
that but fat isn't important driver of your market we'll community and actually signals all the time
00:39:53
to host you don't want it so much that that's a good thing because if you do that
00:39:56
you get to a bar show that you get the real difference you market by now
00:40:00
never be not concrete seventy percent of that is that like it does that so
00:40:03
we have to be careful there but you can see reduction branson's heart
00:40:07
i mean how from work actually done a p. c. n. n. cork it's a tradition hand and other people there
00:40:14
if you mean the place it but also title is levels intelligent way
00:40:21
more various age is less obesity heart attack the mice but surely 'cause like
00:40:25
that there's like that any of the the tells you something that
00:40:27
this may be important part so here we are is this yeah this record you could but for because you follow tickets longer time
00:40:35
any phone not maybe taking us and that's a bit interview them they're having us some of them all
00:40:41
the ones that have ah smart have once here those are the ones which have even the markets
00:40:47
you can see more michael large more as i actually can look at the market
00:40:51
into you can take that recognise right around the corner from the production
00:40:55
very nice production of your smartly alive based on this the last two years
00:40:59
before the before the asthma development so actually we could predict that
00:41:04
whose whole has to hold up a large records that we work on that i could be on computers as
00:41:08
early by market and you have an l. x. corded before that for twelve years look what's happening
00:41:14
so this kind of things are important so i yep this is almost that come to the and
00:41:20
ah a lot of fifteen id to finish of the i'm not speaking too fast ah
00:41:28
so this is a to understand something else you know i'm mark option not alone there we have teen still
00:41:34
yeah for other quite a lot in maybe that has to do that maybe more functional otherwise we're not michael so you have to be
00:41:41
also we have that so we have this interaction between did you not so well i really interacting all there's only if you begin showing that
00:41:48
uh we also show something about is uh according with others in my somewhat about human
00:41:53
can we see something of that probably not very at the millions of sits there and does the terrible show you also later how that works the director
00:42:00
so we looked at the special phenotype this is the key if you can't you mean or it's mostly
00:42:05
creatures but it's napier maybe not makes a course on their uh other servers so basically an autocorrelation
00:42:12
and you could just have attitude you know type because you simply little because it has to do with the efficiency of people's lives
00:42:18
you can see the market we always changing too big for the correlation between the uh uh the the most uh clears everybody isn't
00:42:25
like you we're not body out is a message and and if you link also to the uh to that well there's more
00:42:31
profoundly associated i. b. d. i. b. s. actually also most accuse related to it because it's it's
00:42:38
so you see my control so here uh for those are interested to microphone office is one of the ways and you find was an i. b. s.
00:42:45
is it is it is always in which we don't want to be nowhere isolated sequences
00:42:50
and here we have for other organisms that are present in that to compute like because producers
00:42:55
more difficult you yeah more ah come on the on some background speech all actually when
00:42:59
isn't that aren't for confucius african signs are you give them because the comfort
00:43:03
uh so they have expression traction real life they're coming to live in that because courses
00:43:09
so that's the idea in the cell because is this a few goes along and
00:43:12
we could also try shots actually the whole whole uh processing of the
00:43:16
uh the caucus selections affected this announcer creatures it has impeccable kind of diseases
00:43:20
so this is the kind of relations you can i can think of
00:43:23
so what if these are we live cool licenses implement too little to the local spectral
00:43:28
of course we want to move more prudent to back the other studies ongoing because
00:43:32
a lot of fun something sequence nowadays we can look at that was it
00:43:36
i want to focus on don't you not so much to be for the next year because maybe other people come back to that
00:43:40
oh come on c. r. is my favourite it's an organism which people doubt about uh what ten years ago
00:43:46
actually it's very good because it doesn't you know time is a trademark always i don't know
00:43:52
so in the basement jeans it that you know all kind of jeans of often because
00:43:56
it was age is low you know basically people is low and i begin closing
00:44:02
it has a link this helps stare healthy people misunderstood also what i've been doing actually was named after i'm gonna come ons
00:44:08
on my your coworkers up when he retired c. d. using name or species after people retire about
00:44:15
she hasn't after from swan boats we have a couple of those uh around so we are
00:44:19
you were trying to get to name their problem is you don't know what is a good guy bad
00:44:23
guy was named after so i i said i don't want it and then that is fine
00:44:27
okay anyway so this is the soccer moms yeah this is sitting there in the in the mucus isn't because command because you get nicely
00:44:33
considering going because later frame i actually like the the the asian or a well written in because later and
00:44:39
you see here about the does it make you can use an ace is all kind of enzymes
00:44:43
and one allies then did teased reasonable 'cause i'm going to just put fathers extrovert change we can make
00:44:48
the actually control oh come on z. of the secular documented next betrayed also so you can
00:44:53
in seattle for chase trees produce find all the bacteria with mexico connect an acetate and
00:44:58
that's actually oh you are viewing the cells also signalling the human system and
00:45:03
keep your sector workers that are so we have a have a worried about the
00:45:07
time i don't have time to talk about so there's always little interest
00:45:11
we get an expert is separate is kind is the only mouse experimental show um
00:45:16
but i think it's got a cute i don't know the dates is the subtle if there's a command yes on ports can be see something
00:45:22
and actually he discovered his work on mice that little so depleted high sets uh
00:45:27
adobe smarts so we took this a normal my simple i find that
00:45:32
you can see what happens is it to get more l. p. s. in this here think about what i
00:45:36
explained before l. p. has produced by probably bacteria that mice but still maybe this in my good apart
00:45:41
if you have a high fat diet gets it then which you got more productively and make l. p. as in doubles
00:45:46
you give a command yeah see it goes down you get killed documents you is not so much any lives
00:45:53
yeah you can see the fat loss control most high fat noise i think
00:45:57
might get fat is more concise give them arguments yeah because now
00:46:03
your documents you just do so this way it was repeated several times i didn't believe you know i'm not going
00:46:09
to believe all the size or just that they don't so we did a couple times that's all over again
00:46:14
the police that the good nature it says obese mice lost weight is not
00:46:18
the case there's not appease my job well it'll be to get
00:46:21
a high fat diet so we doing something this is also what amount to what were your bottom we don't believe everything but uh
00:46:27
it looks nice it's not completely crack so look at the facts the same mistakes that it's a uh
00:46:33
what was it he said uh artificial sweeteners if you drink six leaders of colour and then the purple
00:46:38
look at the doses and that's was on the six people often or for non backed up max not not do your interviewed about the
00:46:45
medical model because a single sheet of paper to be honest i like the idea that is not good you have to look at
00:46:51
so here fourteen it was also reproduced via via korean group they also talk i come ons yeah
00:46:58
you put the two high fat my mouse is not from the foreman because
00:47:02
most many complex and rub you can see they actually at the rate
00:47:06
at the post issue information by inducing the t. rex so you can
00:47:09
see the evidence it's in my case it goes to the rex
00:47:13
so this is the mobile behalf for it like you you may have seen that that was alluded to it
00:47:17
already this set the shorten fantasy the signal to market your receptors actually it's a two to x.
00:47:22
and this is a a a so summary of of work of uh of vinegar it's a a group where they look
00:47:27
at this is to link you can see here the the summary of of your power you can see here
00:47:32
her fibres in the column will like that sort of assets and i got to be the axles and you know
00:47:38
feature to x. more fibre i like that very that would understand that i mean this is fibre fibre hypothesis
00:47:45
i will say make mucus or put documents yeah there because the commons yes stimulates
00:47:50
because production seen that in my case we have to get the new
00:47:54
it was also activated mechanism be working out more because it would use it has autocratic
00:47:59
when i'm a situation promotes itself that makes more property it makes populate the deficit
00:48:04
and also mister which is making a pitch so visible comes on so it has this cycle that
00:48:08
the social that interview animals you look at your special already the usable amuse uses
00:48:13
mice or commits a like a show or at least a little slap
00:48:17
on the short also the signalling overcome on the article but you had a
00:48:20
commands yes it is more difficult you that's just human trials ongoing for
00:48:26
back to the diet because i think i think is offered by it no doubt ration
00:48:30
of rice fluctuation will buy it and never be can manipulate the market we always
00:48:35
tight you can do that you get a high fat diet maybe more with this this
00:48:39
if a local diet or does it just preview if you can see ethics
00:48:43
this is what happens is is work of ahead of flint that it works the same uh losses data again
00:48:48
you can see this is the maintenance diet of about a dozen or so well uh talked about because males
00:48:53
you get a new one starts polar or polymers and big brown storage right you can see not much is happening
00:48:59
but he can see these things are happening cousin starch give them distances large because the cologne
00:49:05
the farmers are there and you see a major change the blue of to win isn't
00:49:09
you can look under the goldwater metals you but can we powder records probably
00:49:14
interesting when it's actually we did some work on that before the problems there's already the certificate which agency
00:49:20
not suppose look in the insurance let you see city starch put toward artificial directive is market buyer
00:49:28
see there's a commanding market got me small that was approaching before
00:49:32
basically a local control me i make some lace excessive paid and become or teletext it up you can see
00:49:39
it in the cease really label going here comes as he should be to it so we could see
00:49:42
the cost of the table so you can see that so destructive chains are here and we can show
00:49:46
them in vitro and i'm sure we can do the most people and the work on those ones
00:49:51
but also input unit we actually use this data i'm not going to get all those will
00:49:55
do that was thinking do my could be on makes predictions of respond wasn't no response
00:49:59
associated to the attack probably this intervention as well as the in the in the resistance
00:50:04
so that's been proven to be actually expanded that to other data sets we didn't only use this
00:50:09
data to use actually capability said not to be those ellen part but is candy and
00:50:14
and this uh other people also sentiment and we put all this data together obese still could predict
00:50:20
respondent noticeable so it seems to be very robust system based on diversity a specific markups
00:50:26
going back to this a cycle i tried to convince if this is true
00:50:30
well i've to say also this is a model a model this hypothesis
00:50:36
the good model is a good couples and that's how these that's what that is much
00:50:40
too is is good for this it gives you shape of mind does not proof
00:50:43
even when there's a good model is all the proof it's maybe you can show might it's not proof so we
00:50:49
have here and i'll give you some i would see evidence for it that that may be like that
00:50:54
the best evidence come from our corporate structure this is maybe comes in 'cause
00:50:57
i mean this is set for max he wasn't refuting signs that
00:51:01
that sounds mari writes about it so we didn't work to be fickle transportation in unless you get page one history
00:51:09
rachel times medicine i haven't seen the bins out but maybe it comes back to it already here
00:51:15
oh yeah yeah i don't know you know the artist sorry that's it yeah you know much
00:51:18
more than i do and it has been cool to yellow uh doesn't they are
00:51:23
or other sources or you know super city schools and then many single case happy then be reports
00:51:31
quite successfully but we didn't uh study actually does it does what colour was a resting on his neck
00:51:36
this makes other people else of note i'm actually found that in this case looks at better than trucks
00:51:44
your different my son treatment separate operation you had a lot of action and
00:51:48
stuff but they should be first to didn't work actually medical boards
00:51:53
that's the told us to stop that difference it wasn't article anymore to don't give
00:51:57
them the my course so remarkable got us but they should was superior
00:52:01
so people to about a look at the uh what happens there is the spectacle f. x.
00:52:06
don't or has this kind of a network something remarkably local communities is corporate networks
00:52:11
they're not there and see if it see the patients that you store them in
00:52:15
the house is that which actually there was a paper also a single minded
00:52:19
i think i'm just it from this morning in the bus a buyer bins are is that there was a paper out in
00:52:26
nature also addressing does it my son take the stuff that was fine at the probably putting just eating you could got
00:52:33
so how do we do it is actually a good because max nice like this a scene he has here this is the transportation have
00:52:41
big dollars from people show up on it but i want to show you actually what we learn from this for the presentations
00:52:46
this is the experiment maybe get an apologist transportation that means
00:52:51
people going there can get in the double blind way on market got a back up the locus or
00:52:55
together all signal to this is all that let's say quite a sophisticated you can do better
00:53:02
so we didn't so we do business at because you can do it but we found
00:53:05
we looked at me touching all the slips in that don't work for so
00:53:09
you know to get is be bored because this is a computational quite challenging uh experience
00:53:14
you can see the outlook as a presentation you see nothing
00:53:19
is happening there everything is hundred percent the sane
00:53:22
in snips as the door yeah or concisely could sink that about immediately because i got all because once
00:53:28
those are the ones that have the house you don't trust addition to get better next talk about that because your kids exactly
00:53:34
well that of snips of the don't more market we all these are established
00:53:39
in the market beyond what perceptions is after nine ninety days he wants
00:53:43
actually we look at at a nicely you can see it integrated calling me to put two days
00:53:47
fourteen days full two days before you can see it's all going there so some bacteria speeches
00:53:53
which uh come of adorn our our starvation ourselves as a business back a signature or so so moves and something
00:53:59
why is that important is important run format and also all the impact isn't that
00:54:03
market younger thought about how to take those things out and take the
00:54:06
most compare the stains that's also it has impacted by this kind of work you do we need to understand more about the content but there's
00:54:12
so this isn't what i uh say isn't discovery to because of the plastic
00:54:16
to first of all you cure people seconds you can learn from it
00:54:22
a search i think it's typically buckle in future so that's uh so are we already do so we do this
00:54:28
reverse engineer we select right mike option like to be a actually expose also the relevance of the new there
00:54:34
maybe the reverse and engineering and if it doesn't work you go back we do by small disapproval concept
00:54:39
that doesn't work we can go back let's go production human trials this is maybe have to go
00:54:43
this is a definitely taken the fact that you've got it already quite a
00:54:47
few organisms you have normally see to to think about the government
00:54:51
you don't get a lot of money from the government and the nautilus unfortunately but we were so happy to
00:54:55
up the pet funding to the five million for new and robert microbiology institute into a spot in the
00:55:01
in in different places in the in the midlands made of the
00:55:04
first version of market below the bargaining sort of happiness that
00:55:08
and we have this ethical transportation you work so actually that's us when we go
00:55:13
sister for coffee uh but uh what happens now here we have this i think this impact of medical innovation is is
00:55:21
different from what market the market's indicated i think we on the on the doorstep of real cases
00:55:27
why is that my problem but most accessible they can use that to differentiate transform is not responsible come back there
00:55:33
remarkable terribly sad so we can exploit this market by because
00:55:37
of the formidable which particular sponsors because the second mechanisms
00:55:41
a sporty targeting is going to be in my sewing human i don't care but it works it works it's last from of course
00:55:48
and you have to see most the growing together sometime are going to get a packet
00:55:54
farm industry here because this is right because that's where different initially uh
00:55:58
which is gonna be could be instrumental in developing cities yeah
00:56:03
what's next
00:56:05
this is a multi sentencing that's yeah what's happening why is it important because you
00:56:09
only with different so we have to bias and the bias the bias
00:56:13
the need for the the melodic some you can have a whole series selective about that i'm not going to do that
00:56:18
with those that are useful to follow things in time you could really warning stickers like if you examples of that
00:56:24
bush was approaches recent iteration or or or or or or whatever per position nutrition whatever
00:56:30
you can think of are there new instructions certification or it will offer diagnostic opportunities
00:56:37
and i can't emphasise more the impact of relied causation label like
00:56:41
tells us think we have something here which is really important
00:56:44
that is the premature bursts and especially this is art deliveries and
00:56:47
the whole hygiene uh changes our society use of antibiotics
00:56:51
uh other fruit we have to address that i think it's it is a matter of far off
00:56:56
the topic or else uh as well as uh october two different companies to go with that
00:57:01
people don't petitions the discovery tool in that they are that is the case you can you more from the host markup interactions
00:57:07
and i think and you have to put a putting steely eyed back several hundred for short
00:57:12
joe or that are into the human not only showed them human
00:57:15
designer nutritional or a farmer intervention i show it works
00:57:19
i think that's a very are because we can have a lot of promises that idea well
00:57:23
we discussed at the last night is to score because all that and more grey hair so i'm not to see the results
00:57:28
so there are also say i don't work so much which marks because they're so nice you can do so wonderful six
00:57:34
but you can never come back to be like situation you have to go to in order to drive the information cycle so if

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Introduction of the Session 1 : The Gut Microbiome: Facts and Figures
Josef Penninger, Institute of Molecular Biotechnology, Vienna
23 Oct. 2014 · 9:07 a.m.
The role of commensal bacteria in the gut
Willem de Vos, Wageningen University, The Neterlands
23 Oct. 2014 · 9:31 a.m.
Q&A : The role of commensal bacteria in the gut
Willem de Vos, Wageningen University, The Neterlands
23 Oct. 2014 · 10:29 a.m.
Gut microbial richness impacts human health
Dusko Ehrlich, INRA, Jouy-en-Josas, France
23 Oct. 2014 · 11:07 a.m.
Q&A : Gut microbial richness impacts human health
Dusko Ehrlich, INRA, Jouy-en-Josas, France
23 Oct. 2014 · 11:44 a.m.
Cross-talk between the mucosal immune system and environmental factors
Hiroshi Kiyono, The University of Tokyo, Japan
23 Oct. 2014 · 11:56 a.m.
Q&A : Cross-talk between the mucosal immune system and environmental factors
Hiroshi Kiyono, The University of Tokyo, Japan
23 Oct. 2014 · 12:31 p.m.
Introduction of the Session 2 : Host - Microbiome Interaction
Susan Suter, University of Geneva, Switzerland
23 Oct. 2014 · 1:41 p.m.
Mechanisms of cross talk in the gut
Annick Mercenier, Nestlé Research Center, Lausanne, Switzerland
23 Oct. 2014 · 1:55 p.m.
Q&A : Mechanisms of cross talk in the gut
Annick Mercenier, Nestlé Research Center, Lausanne, Switzerland
23 Oct. 2014 · 2:34 p.m.
Relationship of diet to gut microbiota diversity, stability and health in older people
Paul O'Toole, University College Cork, Ireland
23 Oct. 2014 · 3:52 p.m.
Q&A : Relationship of diet to gut microbiota diversity, stability and health in older people
Paul O'Toole, University College Cork, Ireland
23 Oct. 2014 · 4:27 p.m.
Gut microbes and their role in malnutrition and obesity
Rob Knight, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
24 Oct. 2014 · 9:16 a.m.
Q&A : Gut microbes and their role in malnutrition and obesity
Rob Knight, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
24 Oct. 2014 · 10:01 a.m.
The gut metagenome - your other genome
Jun Wang, BGI, Shenzhen, China
24 Oct. 2014 · 10:19 a.m.
Q&A : The gut metagenome - your other genome
Jun Wang, BGI, Shenzhen, China
24 Oct. 2014 · 10:53 a.m.
Fecal transplant to mine for novel probiotics
Max Nieuwdorp, Amsterdam Medical Center, The Netherlands
24 Oct. 2014 · 11:04 a.m.
Q&A : Fecal transplant to mine for novel probiotics
Max Nieuwdorp, Amsterdam Medical Center, The Netherlands
24 Oct. 2014 · 11:25 a.m.
Introduction of the Session 4 : Nutritional Interventions
Keiko Abe, The University of Tokyo, Japan
24 Oct. 2014 · 12:46 p.m.
Interactions between gut microbiota, host genetics and diet
Liping Zhao, Jiao Tang University, Shanghai, China
24 Oct. 2014 · 12:56 p.m.
Pediatric intervention - what works and what doesn't work
Hania Szajewska, The Medical University of Warsaw, Poland
24 Oct. 2014 · 1:47 p.m.
Q&A : Pediatric intervention - what works and what doesn't work
Hania Szajewska, The Medical University of Warsaw, Poland
24 Oct. 2014 · 2:15 p.m.
Perspectives for nutrition and the gut microbiome
Nicholas Schork, J. Craig Venter Institute, La Jolla, USA
24 Oct. 2014 · 3:02 p.m.
Q&A : Perspectives for nutrition and the gut microbiome
Nicholas Schork, J. Craig Venter Institute, La Jolla, USA
24 Oct. 2014 · 3:46 p.m.

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