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The ecological landscape of microbiome science

Nature Biotechnology volume 35, pages 10471049 (2017) | Download Citation

Two reports examine the sources of variation in methods for analyzing microbial communities.

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  1. Daryl M. Gohl is at the University of Minnesota Genomics Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

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