Infrastructure for bio-analytics brings together analytical chemistry and molecular methods, providing inter-disciplinary approach in investigation of basic metabolic processes of metals/metalloids and environmental impacts on ecosystem and humans in tight relationship with microbiome. Molecular tools together with analytical chemistry systems enable analyses of (epi)genetic and phenotypic variability between individuals and also analyses of composition, transformations and functions of microbial communities, in direct or indirect relationship with humans. Studies of microbial communities are focused primarily on microorganisms that are in tight physical contact with human, colloids in solution or inorganic substrate. In the human population, focus is on environmental pollutants (metals, metalloids, persistent organic pollutanta, etc) or pharmaceuticals and their effect on individuals. Especially, we are interested in susceptibility (higher vs. lower) of individuals to presence of a specific stressor in their body.
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