Conducting a Microbiome Study

Abstract

Human microbiome research is an actively developing area of inquiry, with ramifications for our lifestyles, our interactions with microbes, and how we treat disease. Advances depend on carefully executed, controlled, and reproducible studies. Here, we provide a Primer for researchers from diverse disciplines interested in conducting microbiome research. We… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2014.06.037

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@article{Goodrich2014ConductingAM, title={Conducting a Microbiome Study}, author={Julia K. Goodrich and Sara C. Di Rienzi and Angela C. Poole and Omry Koren and William A. Walters and J. Gregory Caporaso and Rob Knight and Ruth E. Ley}, journal={Cell}, year={2014}, volume={158}, pages={250-262} }