Multi-Omics Strategies Uncover Host-Pathogen Interactions.

@article{Khan2019MultiOmicsSU,
  title={Multi-Omics Strategies Uncover Host-Pathogen Interactions.},
  author={Mohd M Khan and Orna Ernst and Nathan P. Manes and Benjamin L Oyler and Iain D. C. Fraser and David R. Goodlett and Aleksandra Nita-Lazar},
  journal={ACS infectious diseases},
  year={2019},
  volume={5 4},
  pages={
          493-505
        }
}
With the success of the Human Genome Project, large-scale systemic projects became a reality that enabled rapid development of the systems biology field. Systems biology approaches to host-pathogen interactions have been instrumental in the discovery of some specifics of Gram-negative bacterial recognition, host signal transduction, and immune tolerance. However, further research, particularly using multi-omics approaches, is essential to untangle the genetic, immunologic, (post)transcriptional… 
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