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Sharon, I. (author), Quijada, N.M. (author), Pasolli, E. (author), Fabbrini, M. (author), Vitali, F. (author), Agamennone, V. (author), Dötsch, A. (author), Selberherr, E. (author), Grau, J.H. (author), Meixner, M. (author), Liere, K. (author), Ercolini, D. (author), de Filippo, C. (author), Caderni, G. (author), Brigidi, P. (author), Turroni, S. (author)
The core microbiome, which refers to a set of consistent microbial features across populations, is of major interest in microbiome research and has been addressed by numerous studies. Understanding the core microbiome can help identify elements that lead to dysbiosis, and lead to treatments for microbiome-related health states. However, defining...
article 2022
Vitali, F. (author), Lombardo, R. (author), Rivero, D. (author), Mattivi, F. (author), Franceschi, P. (author), Bordoni, A. (author), Trimigno, A. (author), Capozzi, F. (author), Felici, G. (author), Taglino, F. (author), Miglietta, F. (author), de Cock, N. (author), Lachat, C. (author), de Baets, B. (author), de Tré, G. (author), Pinart, M. (author), Nimptsch, K. (author), Pischon, T. (author), Bouwman, J. (author), Cavalieri, D. (author)
Background: The multidisciplinary nature of nutrition research is one of its main strengths. At the same time, however, it presents a major obstacle to integrate data analysis, especially for the terminological and semantic interpretations that specific research fields or communities are used to. To date, a proper ontology to structure and...
article 2018