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Erratum: Addendum: Enterotypes of the human gut microbiome

Manimozhiyan Arumugam, Jeroen Raes, Eric Pelletier, Denis Le Paslier, Takuji Yamada, Daniel R. Mende, Gabriel R. Fernandes, Julien Tap, Thomas Bruls, Jean-Michel Batto, Marcelo Bertalan, Natalia Borruel (+31 others)
2014 Nature  
analysis of data because it incorporates the outcome of clustering of data.  ...  It has been drawn to our attention that the methods described in the main text and the Supplementary Information of this Article have been considered by some researchers to be insufficient to enable them  ... 
doi:10.1038/nature13075 fatcat:6oerjp3onzfidbyov5i4rl65we

Metagenomic systems biology and metabolic modeling of the human microbiome

Roie Levy, Elhanan Borenstein
2014 Gut microbes  
artICLe aDDeNDUM paper type artICLe aDDeNDUM T he human microbiome is a key contributor to health and development.  ...  Metabolic modeling of species interaction in the human microbiome elucidates community-level assembly rules.  ...  human microbiome.  ... 
doi:10.4161/gmic.28261 pmid:24637600 pmcid:PMC4063856 fatcat:7v75guuranfjbfiex36epphinu

Dynamics and associations of microbial community types across the human body

Tao Ding, Patrick D. Schloss
2014 Nature  
A primary goal of the Human Microbiome Project (HMP) was to provide a reference collection of 16S ribosomal RNA gene sequences collected from sites across the human body that would allow microbiologists  ...  Second, although the specific taxonomic compositions of the oral and gut microbiomes were different, the community types observed at these sites were predictive of each other.  ...  Crabtree of the HMP Data Analysis and Coordination Center for his assistance in obtaining the sequencing and metadata files.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nature13178 pmid:24739969 pmcid:PMC4139711 fatcat:m3pt5zafdvamdlpny5qin5arim

Rural and urban microbiota

Alexander V Tyakht, Dmitry G Alexeev, Anna S Popenko, Elena S Kostryukova, Vadim M Govorun
2014 Gut microbes  
A multitude of metagenomic studies has brought to light an enormous richness of human gut microbiota compositions.  ...  In this addendum, we further examine the data by elaborating on some of the less common types and suggesting the possible co-metabolism of their drivers.  ...  . were recently identified as the main drivers of the Japanese gut microbiota (as reported by Suguru Nishijima at the International Human Microbiome Congress 2013) suggesting that the subtypes we have  ... 
doi:10.4161/gmic.28685 pmid:24691073 pmcid:PMC4153773 fatcat:oyikpqvx7fds7leuwpc7obcnk4

Antimicrobials

Eileen F. Murphy, Siobhan F. Clarke, Tatiana M. Marques, Colin Hill, Catherine Stanton, R. Paul Ross, Robert M. O'Doherty, Fergus Shanahan, Paul D. Cotter
2013 Gut microbes  
Indeed, distinct clusters or enterotypes in the human microbiome have been described 29 and provide further support for the use of targeted strategies.  ...  Obesity and the Gut Microbiota Both animal and human studies have shown that the composition of the gut microbiota is significantly altered in obesity and diabetes and characterized by The experimental  ... 
doi:10.4161/gmic.22328 pmid:23018760 pmcid:PMC3555886 fatcat:uv5xhxxaprfm5h7epohz5mxc4q

Reevaluating the hype: four bacterial metabolites under scrutiny

Esther Fröhlich, R. Mayerhofer, P. Holzer
2015 European Journal of Microbiology & Immunology  
The authors systematically analyze positive and negative attributes of the aforementioned substances, indicating chances and dangers with the use of pre-and probiotic therapeutics.  ...  Furthermore, the widespread actions of microbial metabolites on distinct organs and diseases are reconciled.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Eleonore Fröhlich and Keith D. Voss for their careful reading of the paper and their valuable comments.  ... 
doi:10.1556/eujmi-d-14-00030 pmid:25883790 pmcid:PMC4397844 fatcat:xzzphtdctjfxrhfzmsgl746j5m

Endurance exercise and gut microbiota: A review

Núria Mach, Dolors Fuster-Botella
2017 Journal of Sport and Health Science  
Adaptations to exercise might be influenced by the gut microbiota, which plays an important role in the production, storage, and expenditure of energy obtained from the diet as well as in inflammation,  ...  The present review provides a comprehensive overview of how gut microbiota may have a key role in controlling the oxidative stress and inflammatory responses as well as improving metabolism and energy  ...  Acknowledgment We thank Allison Clark from Open University of Catalonia for the English editing.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jshs.2016.05.001 pmid:30356594 pmcid:PMC6188999 fatcat:siejtowaj5d7rb5zgc5wf2ewpu