Determining microbial products and identifying molecular targets in the human microbiome.

@article{Joice2014DeterminingMP,
  title={Determining microbial products and identifying molecular targets in the human microbiome.},
  author={Regina Joice and Koji Yasuda and Afrah Shafquat and Xochitl C. Morgan and Curtis Huttenhower},
  journal={Cell metabolism},
  year={2014},
  volume={20 5},
  pages={731-741}
}
Human-associated microbes are the source of many bioactive microbial products (proteins and metabolites) that play key functions both in human host pathways and in microbe-microbe interactions. Culture-independent studies now provide an accelerated means of exploring novel bioactives in the human microbiome; however, intriguingly, a substantial fraction of… CONTINUE READING