Moving pictures of the human microbiome

Moving pictures of the human microbiome

May 30, 2011 · Another dense human microbiome time series studied 60 fecal samples over the first 2.5 years of life for a single infant, and illustrated the successional pattern in the human gut microbiota as a rapidly changing community that develops over time into a community characteristic of that found in the adult human gut .

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Another dense human microbiome time series studied 60 fecal samples over the first 2.5 years of life for a single infant, and illustrated the successional pattern in the human gut microbiota as a rapidly changing community that develops over time into a community characteristic of that found in the adult human gut .

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dense time series analysis of the human microbiome. Here, we present the largest human microbiota time series analysis to date, covering two individuals at four body sites over 396 timepoints.

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AB – Background: Understanding the normal temporal variation in the human microbiome is critical to developing treatments for putative microbiome-related afflictions such as obesity, Crohn’s disease, inflammatory bowel disease and malnutrition.

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Sep 10, 2012 · Understanding the normal temporal variation in the human microbiome is critical to developing treatments for putative microbiome-related afflictions such as obesity, Crohn’s disease, inflammatory

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Another dense human microbiome time series studied 60 fecal samples over the first 2.5 years of life for a single infant, and illustrated the successional pattern in the human gut microbiota as a rapidly changing community that develops over time into a community characteristic of that found in the adult human gut .

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title = «Moving pictures of the human microbiome», abstract = «Background: Understanding the normal temporal variation in the human microbiome is critical to developing treatments for putative microbiome-related afflictions such as obesity, Crohn’s disease, inflammatory bowel disease and malnutrition.

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Moving pictures of the human microbiome

Moving pictures of the human microbiome J Gregory Caporaso University of Colorado at Boulder Christian L. Lauber University of Colorado at Boulder Elizabeth K. Costello Stanford University Donna Berg-Lyons University of Colorado at Boulder Antonio Gonzalez University of Colorado at Boulder See next page for additional authors

Published in: Genome Biology · 2011Authors: J Gregory Caporaso · Christian L Lauber · Elizabeth K Costello · Donna Berglyons · A…Affiliation: University of Colorado Boulder · Stanford University · University of Maryland BaltimoreAbout: Evolutionary biology · Inflammatory Bowel Diseases · Human genetics · Gastrointesti…