Meta'omic analytic techniques for studying the intestinal microbiome.

@article{Morgan2014MetaomicAT,
  title={Meta'omic analytic techniques for studying the intestinal microbiome.},
  author={Xochitl C. Morgan and Curtis Huttenhower},
  journal={Gastroenterology},
  year={2014},
  volume={146 6},
  pages={1437-1448.e1}
}
Nucleotide sequencing has become increasingly common and affordable, and is now a vital tool for studies of the human microbiome. Comprehensive microbial community surveys such as MetaHit and the Human Microbiome Project have described the composition and molecular functional profile of the healthy (normal) intestinal microbiome. This knowledge will increase our ability to analyze host and microbial DNA (genome) and RNA (transcriptome) sequences. Bioinformatic and statistical tools then can be… CONTINUE READING
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