Grammar and syntax of the genome and proteome composition of Streptococcal species in human microbiome are the outcome of a complex process of optimization between selections, mutations and adaptations of these microorganisms in distinct body niches. Their phylogenetic relationships and niche specificities act in concert and often lead to accretion of new proteins and enzymes for diversifying their biochemical necessitates.
Utpal Bakshi, Ph.D., is postdoctoral scientist at Mayo Clinic, USA. Prior to working at Mayo, Dr. Bakshi completed his doctoral work at the CSIR-IICB, India, where he studied the complex relationships of the symbiotic and pathogenic bacterial species in human gut microbiota through comparative genomics and bioinformatics analyses.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
microbiome, Streptococcus, Selection, Adaptation, Evolution
SCIENCE / Microbiology