uBiome is San Francisco based  citizen science startup company focused on sequencing the human microbiome. uBiome is notable as the first direct to consumer company to offer human microbiome sequencing. As well, it broke records as the largest citizen science crowd-funding project, raising over $350,000 from more than 2,500 participants.
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