Questioning the fetal microbiome illustrates pitfalls of low-biomass microbial studies

Katherine M. Kennedy, Marcus C. de Goffau, Maria Elisa Perez-Muñoz, Marie-Claire Arrieta, Fredrik Bӓckhed, Peer Bork, Thorsten Braun, Frederic D Bushman, Joel Dore, Willem M de Vos, Ashlee M. Earl, Jonathan A. Eisen, Michal A. Elovitz, Stephanie C. Ganal-Vonarburg, Michael G. Gӓnzle, Wendy S Garrett, Lindsay J. Hall, Mathias W. Hornef, Curtis Huttenhower, Liza KonnikovaSarah Lebeer, Andrew J Macpherson, Ruth C. Massey, Alice Carolyn McHardy, Omry Koren, Trevor D. Lawley, Ruth E. Ley, Liam O’Mahony, Paul W. O'Toole, Eric G. Pamer, Julian Parkhill, Jeroen Raes, Thomas Rattei, Anne Salonen, Eran Segal, Nicola Segata, Fergus Shanahan, Deborah M Sloboda, Gordon C.S. Smith, Harry Sokol, Tim D Spector, Michael G. Surette, Gerald W. Tannock, Alan Walker, Moran Yassour, Jens Walter* (Corresponding Author)

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