Inside Precision Medicine June 12, 2024
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Two sophisticated pills can provide a window into the condition of the digestive tract, potentially helping to personalized necessary treatments without resorting to invasive hospital tests.

An AI-enabled ingestible pill used with wearable electronics can map gas levels in the gut and is described by Yasser Khan, PhD, and colleagues at the University of Southern California in the journal Cell Reports Physical Science.

Another pill that enables the microbiome of the small intestine to be sampled for the first time is outlined in a pre-clinical study by Sameer Sonkusale, PhD, and co-workers at Tufts University in the journal Device.

Sonkusale told Inside Precision Medicine that, given the significance of this microbiome in key aspects of health and disease, its analysis...

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