Microbial ecology lesson from re-use of open access metagenomic dataset: the case-study of fermented vegetables

Published: May 17, 2024 by FME Lab

Happy to share our last article published online last week 15th of May in Microbiology Spectrum1.

This study being part of Romane Junker PhD (MaIAge/Micalis/CIRM-BIA laboratories). In this work, we show that the re-use of public 16S amplicon dataset can bring new understanding in the dynamic microbial ecology of fermented vegetables.

During the 1st Food System Conference in Torino last week, Romane also presented a poster pitch of the follow up of this study using new and public metagenomic shotgun data.

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