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New Key Publication:Gut microbial co-abundance networks show specificity in inflammatory bowel disease and obesity | Nature Communications

11 August 2020
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Gut microbiome alterations have been linked to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and obesity. Here, the authors characterize the metagenomes of four large human cohorts and perform co-abundance network analysis showing that dysbiosis in disease is marked by the altered co-abundance relationships, suggesting that pathway coabundance networks are more heterogeneous than species network. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-17840-y

Behind the paper: The microbes in your gut do not live alone

By:

  • Lianmin Chen
  • Valerie Collij
  • Martin Jaeger
  • Inge C. L. van den Munckhof
  • Arnau Vich Vila
  • Alexander Kurilshikov
  • Ranko Gacesa
  • Trishla Sinha
  • Marije Oosting
  • Leo A. B. Joosten
  • Joost H. W. Rutten
  • Niels P. Riksen
  • Ramnik J. Xavier
  • Folkert Kuipers
  • Cisca Wijmenga
  • Alexandra Zhernakova
  • Mihai G. Netea
  • Rinse K. Weersma
  • Jingyuan Fu
Last modified:12 August 2020 2.42 p.m.

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