Disbiome database: linking the microbiome to disease

@inproceedings{Janssens2018DisbiomeDL,
  title={Disbiome database: linking the microbiome to disease},
  author={Yorick Janssens and Joachim Nielandt and Antoon Bronselaer and Nathan Debunne and Frederick Verbeke and Evelien Wynendaele and F Van Immerseel and Yves-Paul Vandewynckel and Bart De Spiegeleer},
  booktitle={BMC Microbiology},
  year={2018}
}
Recent research has provided fascinating indications and evidence that the host health is linked to its microbial inhabitants. Due to the development of high-throughput sequencing technologies, more and more data covering microbial composition changes in different disease types are emerging. However, this information is dispersed over a wide variety of medical and biomedical disciplines. Disbiome is a database which collects and presents published microbiota-disease information in a… CONTINUE READING
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