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Perspective in PLOS Genetics by Jingyuan Fu and Folkert Kuipers selected for PLOS Microbiome Channel

27 September 2019
PLOS Microbiome
PLOS Microbiome

Our article entitled "Systems genetics approach reveals cross-talk between bile acids and intestinal microbes" has been selected by the editors of the PLOS Microbiome Channel to feature in the Featured Research section for the next few weeks.

The Channel Editors are united in the belief that a coordinated, integrated, and prioritised research agenda is required to effectively ensure progression in this area. The PLOS Microbiome Channel provides a space where multiple fields are brought together in one platform, and challenges researchers to think beyond individual research domains.

Please click the link below to see the paper highlighted on the PLOS Channel:

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Last modified:30 September 2019 10.23 a.m.

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