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Mapping interactions of microbial metabolites and human receptors
Despite evidence linking the human microbiome to health and disease, the mechanistic details of how the microbiota affects human physiology remain largely unknown. Metabolites encoded by bacteria are expected to play an integral role in the microbiotas effect on its human host. Assigning function to these metabolites is therefore critical to determining the molecular underpinnings of the host-microbe relationship and ultimately developing microbiota inspired therapies. Here we use large-scaledoi:10.1101/614537 fatcat:uailwzngq5fr7dc5e2yipb4fy4