Association of oral microbiota and baby delivery in pregnant women cohort

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In the past decades, it is known that microbiome play important roles in human health. However, it is not clear how microbiome during preconception and pregnancy affect the pregnancy and birth outcomes. As one of the two largest bacteria libraries in the human body, the mouth harbors the second most diverse microbial community in the body, following with the gut. We propose this project and try to establish a multi-disciplinary international research team to carry out maternal microbiome and pregnancy outcomes based on a preconception cohort, where various microbiome samples are collected from preconception to childbirth.
AcronymAoF Mobility 2021 Cheng
Effective start/end date01/03/202131/12/2022

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