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Public human microbiome data are dominated by highly developed countries.Academic Article Why?
The human microbiome and surgical disease.Academic Article Why?
Community ecology as a framework for human microbiome research.Academic Article Why?
Current understanding of the human microbiome.Academic Article Why?
International Cancer Microbiome Consortium consensus statement on the role of the human microbiome in carcinogenesis.Academic Article Why?
Systems biology of the human microbiome.Academic Article Why?
The Human Microbiome and Obesity: Moving beyond Associations.Academic Article Why?
The human microbiome: an emerging tool in forensics.Academic Article Why?
Composite Metagenome-Assembled Genomes Reduce the Quality of Public Genome Repositories.Academic Article Why?
Extensive Modulation of the Fecal Metagenome in Children With Crohn's Disease During Exclusive Enteral Nutrition.Academic Article Why?
Recovering complete and draft population genomes from metagenome datasets.Academic Article Why?
Structure, fluctuation and magnitude of a natural grassland soil metagenome.Academic Article Why?
Functional Insights into the Kelp Microbiome from Metagenome-Assembled Genomes.Academic Article Why?
Metagenome sequencing of prokaryotic microbiota collected from Byron Glacier, Alaska.Academic Article Why?
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