Dynamic interaction network inference from longitudinal microbiome data

Jose Lugo-Martinez, Daniel Ruiz-Perez, Giri Narasimhan, Ziv Bar-Joseph
2019 Microbiome  
Several studies have focused on the microbiota living in environmental niches including human body sites. In many of these studies, researchers collect longitudinal data with the goal of understanding not only just the composition of the microbiome but also the interactions between the different taxa. However, analysis of such data is challenging and very few methods have been developed to reconstruct dynamic models from time series microbiome data.
doi:10.1186/s40168-019-0660-3 pmid:30940197 pmcid:PMC6446388 fatcat:43cjc6x7dneanphq5ytqlzdiyq