Researchers work at Amili’s lab in Singapore. Photo: Handout
Researchers work at Amili’s lab in Singapore. Photo: Handout
Singapore

Singapore’s poop lab studies Asia’s gut health to treat more illnesses

  • Amili, which stands for Asia microbiome library, was started so the region would have its own research and capability for stool transplants
  • It aims to provide microbiomes for 200 to 300 transplants this year, studying trillions of bacteria, fungi and other microbes among donors, looking for healthy ones

Researchers work at Amili’s lab in Singapore. Photo: Handout
Researchers work at Amili’s lab in Singapore. Photo: Handout
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