From hairballs to hypotheses–biological insights from microbial networks

@inproceedings{Rttjers2018FromHT,
  title={From hairballs to hypotheses–biological insights from microbial networks},
  author={Lisa R{\"o}ttjers and Karoline Faust},
  booktitle={FEMS microbiology reviews},
  year={2018}
}
Microbial networks are an increasingly popular tool to investigate microbial community structure, as they integrate multiple types of information and may represent systems-level behaviour. Interpreting these networks is not straightforward, and the biological implications of network properties are unclear. Analysis of microbial networks allows researchers to predict hub species and species interactions. Additionally, such analyses can help identify alternative community states and niches. Here… CONTINUE READING
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