Large-scale association analyses identify host factors influencing human gut microbiome composition

A. Kurilshikov*, C. Medina-Gomez, R. Bacigalupe, D. Radjabzadeh, J. Wang, A. Demirkan, C.I. Le Roy, J.A.R. Garay, C.T. Finnicum, X.R. Liu, D.V. Zhernakova*, M.J. Bonder, T.H. Hansen, F. Frost, M.C. Ruhlemann, W. Turpin, J.Y. Moon, H.N. Kim, K. Lull, E. BarkanS.A. Shah, M. Fornage, J. Szopinska-Tokov, Z.D. Wallen, D. Borisevich, L. Agreus, A. Andreasson, C. Bang, L. Bedrani, J.T. Bell, H. Bisgaard, M. Boehnke, D.I. Boomsma, R.D. Burk, A. Claringbould, K. Croitoru, G.E. Davies, C.M. van Duijn, L. Duijts, G. Falony, J.Y. Fu, A. van der Graaf, T. Hansen, G. Homuth, D.A. Hughes, R.G. Ijzerman, M.A. Jackson, V.W.V. Jaddoe, M. Joossens, T. Jorgensen, Daniel Keszthelyi, Ad Masclee, Zlatan Mujagic, Daisy Jonkers

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