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Curtis Huttenhower, Ph.D.

Co-Author

This page shows the publications co-authored by Curtis Huttenhower and Long Nguyen.
Connection Strength

2.021
  1. A framework for microbiome science in public health. Nat Med. 2021 05; 27(5):766-774.
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    Score: 0.465
  2. Multi-omics of the gut microbial ecosystem in inflammatory bowel diseases. Nature. 2019 05; 569(7758):655-662.
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    Score: 0.409
  3. The gut microbiome modulates the protective association between a Mediterranean diet and cardiometabolic disease risk. Nat Med. 2021 02; 27(2):333-343.
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    Score: 0.230
  4. Strain-level epidemiology of microbial communities and the human microbiome. Genome Med. 2020 08 13; 12(1):71.
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    Score: 0.222
  5. Structure of the Mucosal and Stool Microbiome in Lynch Syndrome. Cell Host Microbe. 2020 04 08; 27(4):585-600.e4.
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    Score: 0.217
  6. Association Between Sulfur-Metabolizing Bacterial Communities in Stool and Risk of Distal Colorectal Cancer in Men. Gastroenterology. 2020 04; 158(5):1313-1325.
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    Score: 0.214
  7. Dietary fiber intake, the gut microbiome, and chronic systemic inflammation in a cohort of adult men. Genome Med. 2021 06 17; 13(1):102.
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    Score: 0.059
  8. Overview of the Microbiome Among Nurses study (Micro-N) as an example of prospective characterization of the microbiome within cohort studies. Nat Protoc. 2021 06; 16(6):2724-2731.
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    Score: 0.058
  9. Microbiome connections with host metabolism and habitual diet from 1,098 deeply phenotyped individuals. Nat Med. 2021 02; 27(2):321-332.
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    Score: 0.057
  10. Stability of the human faecal microbiome in a cohort of adult men. Nat Microbiol. 2018 03; 3(3):347-355.
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    Score: 0.046
  11. Long-term use of antibiotics and risk of colorectal adenoma. Gut. 2018 04; 67(4):672-678.
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    Score: 0.044
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.