Metadata harmonization–Standards are the key for a better usage of omics data for integrative microbiome analysis

Tomislav Cernava*, Daria Rybakova, François Buscot, Thomas Clavel, Alice Carolyn McHardy, Fernando Meyer, Folker Meyer, Jörg Overmann, Bärbel Stecher, Angela Sessitsch, Michael Schloter, Gabriele Berg, Paulo Arruda, Thomas Bartzanas, Tanja Kostic, Paula Iara Brennan, Bárbara Bort Biazotti, Marie Christine Champomier-Verges, Trevor Charles, Mairead CoakleyPaul Cotter, Don Cowan, Kathleen D’Hondt, Ilario Ferrocino, Kristina Foterek, Gema Herrero-Corral, Carly Huitema, Janet Jansson, Shuang Jiang Liu, Paula Malloy, Emmanuelle Maguin, Lidia Markiewicz, Ryan Mcclure, Andreas Moser, Jolien Roovers, Matthew Ryan, Inga Sarand, Bettina Schelkle, Annelein Meisner, Ulrich Schurr, Joseph Selvin, Effie Tsakalidou, Martin Wagner, Steve Wakelin, Wiesław Wiczkowski, Hanna Winkler, Juanjuan Xiao, Christine J. Bunthof, Rafael Soares Correa de Souza, Hauke Smidt

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