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The TaxUMAP atlas: Efficient display of large clinical microbiome data reveals ecological competition in protection against bacteremia.
Schluter J, Djukovic A, Taylor BP, Yan J, Duan C, Hussey GA, Liao C, Sharma S, Fontana E, Amoretti LA, Wright RJ, Dai A, Peled JU, Taur Y, Perales MA, Siranosian BA, Bhatt AS, van den Brink MRM, Pamer EG, Xavier JB. Schluter J, et al. Among authors: hussey ga. Cell Host Microbe. 2023 Jul 12;31(7):1126-1139.e6. doi: 10.1016/j.chom.2023.05.027. Epub 2023 Jun 16. Cell Host Microbe. 2023. PMID: 37329880
Gut microbiome dysbiosis in antibiotic-treated COVID-19 patients is associated with microbial translocation and bacteremia.
Bernard-Raichon L, Venzon M, Klein J, Axelrad JE, Zhang C, Sullivan AP, Hussey GA, Casanovas-Massana A, Noval MG, Valero-Jimenez AM, Gago J, Putzel G, Pironti A, Wilder E; Yale IMPACT Research Team; Thorpe LE, Littman DR, Dittmann M, Stapleford KA, Shopsin B, Torres VJ, Ko AI, Iwasaki A, Cadwell K, Schluter J. Bernard-Raichon L, et al. Among authors: hussey ga. Nat Commun. 2022 Nov 1;13(1):5926. doi: 10.1038/s41467-022-33395-6. Nat Commun. 2022. PMID: 36319618 Free PMC article.
Gut microbiome dysbiosis during COVID-19 is associated with increased risk for bacteremia and microbial translocation.
Venzon M, Bernard-Raichon L, Klein J, Axelrad JE, Zhang C, Hussey GA, Sullivan AP, Casanovas-Massana A, Noval MG, Valero-Jimenez AM, Gago J, Putzel G, Pironti A, Wilder E; Yale IMPACT Research Team; Thorpe LE, Littman DR, Dittmann M, Stapleford KA, Shopsin B, Torres VJ, Ko AI, Iwasaki A, Cadwell K, Schluter J. Venzon M, et al. Among authors: hussey ga. bioRxiv [Preprint]. 2022 Mar 2:2021.07.15.452246. doi: 10.1101/2021.07.15.452246. bioRxiv. 2022. Update in: Nat Commun. 2022 Nov 1;13(1):5926. doi: 10.1038/s41467-022-33395-6. PMID: 35262080 Free PMC article. Updated. Preprint.
Gut microbiome dysbiosis during COVID-19 is associated with increased risk for bacteremia and microbial translocation.
Venzon M, Bernard-Raichon L, Klein J, Axelrad JE, Hussey GA, Sullivan AP, Casanovas-Massana A, Noval MG, Valero-Jimenez AM, Gago J, Wilder E; Yale IMPACT Research Team; Thorpe LE, Littman DR, Dittmann M, Stapleford KA, Shopsin B, Torres VJ, Ko AI, Iwasaki A, Cadwell K, Schluter J. Venzon M, et al. Among authors: hussey ga. Res Sq [Preprint]. 2021 Jul 27:rs.3.rs-726620. doi: 10.21203/rs.3.rs-726620/v1. Res Sq. 2021. Update in: Nat Commun. 2022 Nov 1;13(1):5926. doi: 10.1038/s41467-022-33395-6. PMID: 34341786 Free PMC article. Updated. Preprint.