Daniele Guidojoined in Aug 31, 2016
PhD student at Department of Cell Physiology and Metabolism, University of Geneva, Switzerland.
Guido has 2 breaks published.
Cold adaptation: gut bacteria can make the difference
If someone told you that in our body we harbour billions of bacteria, surely you would feel mocked, but it's true! There is evidence showing that microbes colonize all the part of our body that are exposed to the external environment (like mouth and skin),... click to read more
The power of our adaptive immunity against Alzheimer’s Disease
One of the fears that arise with aging is being afflicted with dementia. Alzheimer’s disease (simply ”Alzheimer” from now onwards) is the most common type of dementia worldwide, representing up to 60% of total cases of dementia in western countries. Alzheimer is a serious world-health... click to read more