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The microbiome is transforming our understanding of human health and disease. We help you decode the genetic and metabolic fingerprints of our microbial inhabitants to address our most urgent health challenges.

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Our approach

We take a broader approach

We are a contract research organization specializing in microbiome and metabolome analysis. We tackle your research question with an interdisciplinary approach, widening the spectrum of biological data we utilize and ensuring we find the right path forward.

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We analyze deeper

We combine biological and bioinformatic tools and an unparalleled ability to innovate new analytical techniques and approaches to find the answers to your questions.

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We connect the dots

Our integrated multi-omics approach ensures we see the full picture, and make the precise interpretations you need. 

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Clinical Microbiomics adds World-Leading Expertise in Long-Read DNA & RNA Sequencing Technologies with Acquisition of DNASense ApS

Copenhagen, Denmark, March 1st, 2024 – Clinical Microbiomics A/S1, the global microbiome science company, today announces the acqu...

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Clinical Microbiomics A/S and CosmosID Inc. Merge to Create the Global Leader in Microbiome Research Services

Copenhagen, Denmark, October 11th, 2023 – Clinical Microbiomics A/S, a leading innovator in bioinformatics and systems biology for...

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Introducing our next generation human microbiome profiler: CHAMP™

CHAMP™ is built from over 400,000 metagenome-assembled genomes (MAGs), created using a collection of more than 30,000 microbiome sam...

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New article in the Microbiome Times

“The term “strain” has, in the microbiome era, drifted away from its original meaning of an isolate that had been “strained” on a growth medium. It now refers to a clonal population, including those found in our microbiomes...

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New publication in Nature Microbiology

We are proud to share new research by our colleague, Joachim Johansen, PhD and his former colleagues at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, published in Nature Microbiology last week.

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