Citizen science charts two major “stomatotypes” in the oral microbiome of adolescents and reveals links with habits and drinking water composition

@inproceedings{Willis2018CitizenSC,
  title={Citizen science charts two major “stomatotypes” in the oral microbiome of adolescents and reveals links with habits and drinking water composition},
  author={Jesse R. Willis and Pedro Gonz{\'a}lez-Torres and Alexandros A Pittis and Luis A. Bejarano and Luca Cozzuto and Nuria Andreu-Somavilla and Miriam Alloza-Trabado and Ant{\`o}nia Valent{\'i}n and Ewa Ksiezopolska and Carlos Company and Harris Onywera and Magda Montfort and Antonio Hermoso and Susana Iraola-Guzm{\'a}n and E. Amo Saus and Annick Labeeuw and Carlo De Carolis and Jochen Hecht and Julia Ponomarenko and Toni Gabald{\'o}n},
  booktitle={Microbiome},
  year={2018}
}
BACKGROUND The oral cavity comprises a rich and diverse microbiome, which plays important roles in health and disease. Previous studies have mostly focused on adult populations or in very young children, whereas the adolescent oral microbiome remains poorly studied. Here, we used a citizen science approach and 16S profiling to assess the oral microbiome of 1500 adolescents around Spain and its relationships with lifestyle, diet, hygiene, and socioeconomic and environmental parameters. RESULTS… CONTINUE READING
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