07/13/2017 @ 15:45-16:30
Research Talk by Elhanan Borenstein
Multi-omic and model-based analysis of the human microbiome
1. Manor, O. and Borenstein, E., 2017. Systematic Characterization and Analysis of the Taxonomic Drivers of Functional Shifts in the Human Microbiome. Cell Host & Microbe, 21(2), pp.254-267.
2. Noecker, C., Eng, A., Srinivasan, S., Theriot, C.M., Young, V.B., Jansson, J.K., Fredricks, D.N. and Borenstein, E., 2016. Metabolic model-based integration of microbiome taxonomic and metabolomic profiles elucidates mechanistic links between ecological and metabolic variation. mSystems, 1(1), pp.e00013-15.
3. Greenblum, S., Carr, R. and Borenstein, E., 2015. Extensive strain-level copy-number variation across human gut microbiome species. Cell, 160(4), pp.583-594.