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Kamneva 2016


Finds phylogenetic relatedness to be strongest predictor of microbial co-occurrence (explains about 10% of the variance in microbial co-occurrence). Kamneva_2016 is a method that introduces two new genome-wide pairwise measures of microbe-microbe interaction. The first (genome content similarity index) quantifies similarity in genome composition between two microbes, while the second (microbe-microbe functional association index) summarizes the topology of a protein functional association network built for a given pair of microbes and quantifies the fraction of network edges crossing organismal boundaries.

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  • Olga Kamneva <>


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Department of Biology, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA

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This work was supported by a National Institutes of Health grant RO1GM117590 and by the National Science Foundation NSF DBI-1458059.

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