Microbial community pattern detection in human body habitats via ensemble clustering framework

@article{Yang2014MicrobialCP,
  title={Microbial community pattern detection in human body habitats via ensemble clustering framework},
  author={Peng Yang and Xiaoquan Su and Le Ou-Yang and Hon Nian Chua and Xiaoli Li and Kang Ning},
  journal={BMC Systems Biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={8},
  pages={S7 - S7}
}
BackgroundThe human habitat is a host where microbial species evolve, function, and continue to evolve. Elucidating how microbial communities respond to human habitats is a fundamental and critical task, as establishing baselines of human microbiome is essential in understanding its role in human disease and health. Recent studies on healthy human microbiome focus on particular body habitats, assuming that microbiome develop similar structural patterns to perform similar ecosystem function… Expand
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